Nonprofit Insurance Specialists

We address issues that “generalists” often do not. As specialists, we have access to more carriers and competitive pricing.

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As a Nonprofit Insurance specialist with 20 years’ experience insuring nonprofits, we almost always find ways to help you reduce your cost, increase your protection, and improve customer service.

Our nonprofit clients range from social service agencies including ARC’s, cerebral palsy, autistic, and mental health agencies to advocacy organizations, halfway houses, affordable housing, and YMCA/YWCA programs.

We address issues that “generalists” often do not. As specialists, we have access to more carriers and competitive pricing.

For example, we are partnering with Omnisure Risk Consulting to offer a higher level Risk Management services to our nonprofit clients. The program is designed to address issues faced by nonprofits that most insurance carrier’s loss control departments tend to avoid. We’ll provide you with risk management solutions that help you avoid lawsuits, negative public exposure and costly insurance claims.

Our goal is to help nonprofit executives understand what insurance they are buying and provide hands-on customer service from risk management to claims. Issues we address include:

  • Exposure analysis including directors and officers, sexual abuse and molestation, professional liability, and general liability
  • Risk financing strategy consultation
  • CARF accreditation support
  • Property valuations to ensure proper coverage
  • Claims, loss control, and risk management support
  • Employee benefits, administration, and communications

As an insurance broker that specializes in working with nonprofits, we can give you a “second opinion” on your insurance program.

You will know more about where you stand with your insurance coverage, so you have what you need to protect your organization.

Eight questions you need to answer about nonprofit insurance coverage:

  1. What are the unique coverages nonprofits need?
  2. What coverages do agencies need for Danielle’s Law?
  3. What are the benefits for a nonprofit organization to work with a nonprofit insurance specialist?
  4. Why is Directors and Officers (D&O) insurance important for nonprofits?
  5. How is the business model for nonprofits changing in New Jersey?
  6. How is the emergence of affordable housing affecting insurance for nonprofits?
  7. Do most nonprofits have enough insurance coverage?
  8. How does Meeker Sharkey & Hurley handle claims differently than a larger agency?

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