Kentucky Charity Insurance
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Commercial General Liability Insurance
How much does commercial insurance cost?
Costs can vary widely based on industry and are also determined by zip code and often payroll and/or gross sales. Request a free quote to get an exact number.
What kind of business insurance do I need?
Most business owners need General Liability Insurance at the very least. If you have any non-owner employees, you will need workers compensation insurance too.
What is a Certificate of Insurance?
A Certificate of Insurance is proof of coverage. It lists the type and amount of liability coverage you have and other policy information when a third party requests it.
Is business insurance tax deductible?
Yes. you can deduct the cost of commercial insurance premiums. The IRS considers insurance a cost of doing business as long it benefits the business & serves a business purpose.
Kentucky Charity Insurance
Kentucky Charity Insurance. Charities are subject to the same level of scrutiny and bureaucracy as commercial businesses. Just like company directors, trustees and charity managers are legally responsible for their charity's activities; from finance to health and safety, volunteers' welfare, to the promises a charity makes.
For this reason, they need insurance to provide cover against various risks. An accident involving a visitor at a fundraising event, or an allegation of wrongdoing against a volunteer injuring themselves while working for the charity could have disastrous consequences. Few charities have the financial strength to pay the costs, damages and any awards made against them in the event of a claim. Kentucky charity insurance provides protection against these scenarios, giving you the peace of mind that if something unexpected happens, your organization is covered.
Kentucky charity insurance protects your non-profit or social service organization from lawsuits with rates as low as $27/mo. Get a fast quote and your certificate of insurance now.
What Kinds Of Charity Insurance Does My Organization Need?
There may be certain types of insurance that your charity is legally required to take out, and there may also be optional Kentucky charity insurance policies that you will choose to purchase, to ensure you're comprehensively covered, which is why it's important to do research.
The policies that you include in your KY charity's insurance package may be influenced by a number of factors, including the size and nature of your organization, and the work it carries out. That said, there are likely to be a handful of risks that your charity could be exposed to, no matter what its circumstances. So, you need these basic Kentucky charity insurance coverages:
General liability insurance (CGL) covers third party property damage or personal injury claims against you or your charity. With Kentucky charity insurance you're covered for:
- Third-party bodily injury or property damage claims against your charity.
- Public liability at your premises and at fundraising events such as: fetes, craft fairs, walks, dinners, fun days, etc.
- Replacing third-party keys, locks and pass cards lost while in your care.
For example, if a member of the public trips over the cable that's powering your projector and breaks her ankle, your general liability insurance pays any compensation that's due, and your legal defense costs. And if one of your volunteers spills coffee over a visitor's laptop, it's still your general liability policy that pays for its repair or replacement.
This type of Kentucky charity insurance protects your buildings, contents and stock against damage from causes including fire, explosion, storm, falling trees, vandalism, escape of water, vehicle impact and theft. Flood and earthquake are not part of a standard business property policy.
Directors & Trustees Liability
Trustees are legally responsible for a charity's activities, in the same way that directors are responsible for a business' activities. This means having oversight of things like fundraising and donations, as well as making sure your people are looked after and that your charity complies with relevant laws.
If someone alleges your charity's done something wrong, as a trustee, it's your responsibility to defend the claim. Kentucky charity insurance for trustees' insurance gives you expert legal representation and pays any fines you're liable for. You're covered for:
- Your personal liability as a trustee.
- Actual or alleged 'wrongful acts', including breach of trust, defamation and negligence.
- Legal defense costs and damages.
Professional liability, also known as errors and omissions, protects your charity if it provides services or advice. Perhaps your charity helps people start businesses, designs websites to publicize other people's events, or lists other products and services? Giving advice or services exposes your charity to the risk of negligence claims and could mean it's forced to defend its reputation, whether or not the accusations are just.
With this type of Kentucky charity insurance you're covered for:
- Protection against mistakes your charity makes.
- Legal defense costs if your charity infringes someone else's copyright.
- Coverage for damages and fines.
This Kentucky charity insurance policy covers any compensation that your organization has to pay if you accidentally share someone's details with a third party, for example. Lists of wealthy donors are common hacking targets. Plus, it pays for your charity's defense costs, if that person sues you for doing so. You're covered for:
- Financial losses caused by your charity's mistakes and things you've failed to do.
- Compensation and defense costs if someone brings a data protection claim against your charity.
Many charities have employees and also will use the services of volunteers. Many states class volunteers as employees, even if they're unpaid, temporary, part-time, or simply helping out. And because they're classed as employees, their health, safety and welfare is your organization's legal responsibility.
Without KY workers comp, your charity or social services organization would have to pay out of pocket for lawsuits or medical bills if an employee or volunteer experiences a work-related injury or ailment. Plus it is required in most states anyway.
Equipment And Business Interruption
Equipment Kentucky charity insurance covers the things your charity takes out and about, from tables and chairs to computers and display screens:
- Loss, theft or accidental damage to your charity's property.
- Damage caused by fire, storm or operator error.
It's an 'all risks' policy which, as the name suggests, means your charity's property is covered in all reasonable circumstances including theft, fire and accidents. If there is a disaster and your charity's forced to move out of its premises, business interruption cover pays for your charity to set up somewhere else.
KY Charity Insurance
Charity and social services insurance is designed specifically for the sector to give you peace of mind that all your vital assets and people are covered and safe. It's important to find a competitively priced policy that offers flexibility and sufficient coverage to support the groups, communities and individuals you are involved with.
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