Find peace of mind before you enter a contract.
A lot’s at stake when you sign a contract, and sorting through the details is challenging.
Lean on your MJ Insurance experts for support. We’ll review any event contract you’re considering before you sign. You’ll know you’re in the best position you can be before you enter into a contract, and we’ll be equipped to negotiate on your behalf if you need us.
If you have a contract for a specific event, start here to get the details you need. Then complete this form, attaching the contract in question.
Expert review for your lease.
Is your lease in line with your insurance coverage? Deciphering the details can be tricky, but we’re here to help. Spot issues before you sign a lease for your group by putting our experience to work.
We’re happy to review the insurance provisions or indemnifications on any type of lease, including standard rental agreements, leases from a chapter to a third party, and university housing agreements.
When a contract requires Additional Insured status, we’ll do the legwork with your headquarters or executive council to reach an agreement.
For review of any landlord or university lease, please contact your client executive. Make sure you get in touch 30 days before you plan to sign so that we have the time we need to thoroughly assess your contract.
Keep your university recognition agreements on target.
You may have several contracts to deal with. We’ve worked with thousands—thousands of contracts specifically related to university recognition and Greek housing. In fact, we are the risk management partner of choice for 21 of the 26 National Panhellenic Council (NPC) member groups.
We’d love to put that practice to work for you. Send us your university recognition and housing contracts for review. In conjunction with the NPC Document Review Committee, our trained staff will carefully examine your contracts.
Find out before you sign whether your contract protects your interests. We’ll look closely at details like contractual risk transfer mechanisms and coverage requirements. And then we’ll coordinate with NPC to recommend changes to each university campus fraternity and sorority advisor or risk management professional.
Contact Estacia Medlen Brandenburg, JD, for more information about review of your university recognition agreements.