Woodall & Hoggle can provide an insurance package uniquely designed to fulfill a wide range of special insurance needs for the non-profit sector as defined under IRS Code 501(c)(3). Each policy is custom tailored to address each insured’s unique exposures. We offer separate limits for General Liability, Professional Liability, and Abuse & Molestation (if eligible). In addition, we offer a separate Directors & Officers Liability policy. Call Woodall & Hoggle Insurance to get more information about your specific insurance needs.
Large Excess Limits available
Directors and Officers Liability
Crime and Fidelity
Other Endorsements Available
In addition to the options for non-profit organizations listed above, Woodall & Hoggle also recommends some very important coverages that all businesses need to understand and consider:
Cyber Crime Liability Insurance - protects your organization from an invading army of exposures, such as e-theft, destruction of critical data, defamation, libel, copyright or trademark infringement, e-vandalism, e-threats, denial of service, and more.
Employment Practices Liability Insurance - provides protection for an employer against claims made by employees, former employees, or potential employees. It covers discrimination (age, sex, race, disability, etc.), wrongful termination of employment, sexual harassment, and other employment-related allegations. It covers your firm, including its directors and officers.
Workers’ Compensation Liability Insurance - provides coverage to employees for accidents or disease arising from employment. Benefits may include lost wages, medical expenses, and permanent disfigurement/disability payments. State law requires that employers provide Workers’ Compensation Insurance for their employees.