Estimated insurance claims due to property damage caused in "The Hobbit", 2013

This statistic shows the estimated insurance claims caused by property damage in the movie "The Hobbit". The figures represent virtual liability losses as calculated by Allianz SE in 2013, assuming there were actual property damages to be reported. According to their estimation, the total damage to a residential building by a suspected attack from manned or unmanned objects (aka dragons) amounts to about 810,000 U.S. dollars, including clean-up, demolition and restoration.

The Hobbit: Estimated liability losses and claims caused by property damage in the movie, as of 2013

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Source

Release date

August 2013

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2013

Supplementary notes

The source provides the losses and claims in euros. They have been converted to U.S. dollars (as of February 12, 2015).
According to the source, the imaginary claim was estimated “in accordance to the regulations of the authorities of Middle Earth”.

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