Connecticut Non-Profit Insurance
Having worked with countless non-profit organizations, we understand the challenges that you face every day. With fewer resources and more demand, we don’t want worrying about your insurance to detract from the organization’s service goals. We can help you create an insurance plan that ensures the coverages that are important to your work are in place. Trust Brooks, Todd & McNeil to handle the insurance needs of your organization so you can focus on upholding it’s mission.
Directors & Officers Insurance
D&O insurance covers directors, officers, volunteers, board members and employees from a host of alleged wrongdoing related to the administration of the organization. D&O covers real or perceived duty breaches, misleading statements, errors and omissions. The policy would also protect against claims of fraud, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, mismanagement and more. Legal costs to defend against the allegations would be covered by a directors & officers insurance policy, which is important to note as you consider how much D&O coverage you may need.
Insurance for Your Non-Profit Organization
You owe it to your organization to learn more about the various types of insurance your non-profit organization may need. While non-profits are quite different than commercial businesses, there are similarities where insurance is concerned. Refer to our business insurance information for details on workers comp, vehicle insurance, property insurance and various types of liability insurance you may consider. We can also consult on group plans you may want to offer employees.
You may manage donor and volunteer lists online and communicate with those groups via email. The more tasks you perform online, the greater your need for cyber liability insurance.
Contact Brooks, Todd & McNeil
As active members of the communities we serve, we are uniquely qualified to offer non-profit insurance to your organization. Contact Brooks, Todd & McNeil at offices conveniently located in the Connecticut towns of Torrington, South Windsor, Enfield and the South Carolina towns of Spartanburg and Mullins for more information.