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We can help you find peace of mind before entering a contract and understand your insurance coverages with easy-to-read summaries.

Insurance Overview

Your terms of coverage, in a quick-reference form.

Know your limits and deductibles for each line of coverage you have. We email this detailed quick reference—your Insurance Overview—at renewal time so that it’s available to each officer, member, and volunteer associated with your chapter. Within it you find information about each of your lines of coverage, including:

  • Property
  • Automobile Liability
  • General Liability
  • Umbrella Liability
  • Excess Liability
  • Directors and Officers Liability
  • Flood and Earthquake Coverage (if applicable)
  • Workers’ Compensation (if applicable)

To request a copy of your chapter’s Insurance Overview, please contact your Client Executive.

Insurance Summary

A detailed look at your coverage—and what it all means.

Each year, we send you our Insurance & Risk Management Summary—an extensive document that outlines insurance coverages and provides a breakdown of what those details mean for your house. Our Summary brings you the information you need in an accessible format that includes:

  • In-depth explanations of coverages
  • Answers to frequently asked questions
  • Claim examples
  • Claim analysis

Our clients call it an invaluable reference. We believe you’ll find it essential for tackling the complex issues of managing property and liability risks.

insurance & contract resources

Our resource library has helpful guides related to understanding insurance coverages, negotiating contracts, and more.


Our resource library has helpful guides related to understanding insurance coverages, negotiating contracts, and more.

How long does it take to process a Certificate of Insurance?
It depends on what exactly is required by the specific venue and the nature of the event. We require two weeks’ notice for Certificate of Insurance/Event Review requests.
What do we need to know when we hire a handyman or contractor?
We recommend only hiring insured contractors or companies and requesting a certificate of their insurance.
Are all activities covered by the insurance policies?
The General Liability policy covers premises, as well as operations liability. Premises liability means that coverage exists for claims arising on owned or rented property. Operations liability means that coverage exists for any typical event that is held off premises.
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