• If you're in the business of saving the world, use your superpowers to detect crime or are quite simply a Master of the Universe - you need insurance for when things go wrong.

     

  • Policy overview 

    • Superpowers Liability – if you invade someone’s privacy with your x-ray vision, accidentally laser their carpet or fly into their greenhouse, we’ll cover you for compensation claims and legal expenses.
    • Super Weapons Cover – we’ve all been there. Your light sabre doesn’t deploy just as an alien’s bearing down on you, or your man-size spider web leaves you stranded on a roof. We’ll repair it or give you new for new replacement*.
    • Final Showdown Cover – jokers, penguins, women in leather outfits and hooded skeletons turn up when you least expect them. Cover extends to gooey slime damage, falls into bubbling vats, laser beam eye fatigue and evil metal claw scratches.

     

  • "Would recommend to a friend. Alas, as a supervillian, I have none." Grey Goblin

  • Optional extras

  • Imagine you’re flying at height wearing underpants over tights… Strong winds could whip them off or they could be torn by flying debris. We’ll replace your hosiery and knickerwear in the exact shade you need (Superman Blue, Bananaman Yellow, etc.).
  • Once your true identity is revealed***, your crime-fighting days are over. If you are unmasked by villains, corrupt moguls or the authorities, we’ll cover loss of earnings. Opt for capital benefits (weekly wage) or a lump sum.
  • We all know that special powers can go at the drop of a hat. Something as simple as kryptonite from an alien planet could leave you sitting in a cave for months waiting for your powers to return.
  • Terms and conditions

    *If forged out of the fires new or imported from another dimension within the last six months.

    **Uncontrolled rages where you turn green and tear your clothing yourself are excluded under this policy.

    ***As long as you don’t do anything stupid to reveal your identity like getting too close to a human in an ill-fated romance or letting someone tear your eye-mask off.

  • © Photo: This is a derivative of “The superhero in me is tired”  by Rosie Hardy.