Insurance Definitions
The full name of your organization.
The name of the person completing this request.
Zip code where your organization is located.
The type or description of your organization. If your organization type is not listed, please select "Other."
The income your organization receives from its operations in a year
A broad category of insurance available to cover the cost of buildings and business personal property used in the course of operating your organization.

The amount of money available to be paid to others including medical bills for loss resulting from your negligence.

  • Each Occurrence – The maximum amount we will pay for any one event that results in a covered liability claim.
  • General Aggregate – The maximum amount we will pay for all events during the policy period that result in covered liability claims.
Insurance that covers an organization’s directors and officers to reimburse the organization for costs resulting from lawsuits and judgments arising out of alleged wrongful acts in their capacity as directors and officers of the organization.
Coverage for employers against allegations of discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, and other employment-related claims made by past, present and potential employees.
A Business Owner Policy or BOP is an insurance package that assembles the basic coverages required by a business owner in one bundle including property and general liability coverages.
The dollar amount that must be paid by the insured before the policy will respond to a loss.
The dollar value that it would take to rebuild your building.
The dollar value of your inventory, stock, equipment, fixtures and property belonging to your members that is in your care.
A set of principles, rules and expectations considered binding on members of the organization.
Form used by organizations, signed by the parent(s)/guardian(s), acknowledging the inherent risk associated with participating in a sport/activity.
Sexual or physical injury or abuse of any person, including assault and battery and/or improper touching when you become legally obligated to pay damages from civil proceedings.
Fraud and Privacy Policy
Underwriting Companies