There are many ways to volunteer, but are you aware of the potential risk that comes with volunteer work? When you volunteer for a local organization or are a non-profit volunteer board member, you are at risk of having a claim filed against you for any injury that may occur by your service. You may be sued for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, or even negligence.
XINSURANCE offers liability protection against claims when volunteering. Volunteer liability insurance is the protection you need. This coverage will protect you if you are negligent and cause harm to another while providing your services. Without it, you could have to pay thousands of dollars out of your pocket to satisfy a legal judgment resulting from a successful lawsuit against you. The right liability policy will safeguard your assets and give you true peace of mind.
At XINSURANCE, we’ll work with you to develop an all-in-one liability policy tailored to your unique needs. Depending on your situation, your plan may include:
At XINSURANCE, we specialize in helping businesses and individuals who have trouble finding coverage elsewhere. If you’ve been declined, non-renewed, or canceled, we can provide a solution. We offer policies with limits up to $10 million and up to $20 million through our reinsurance partners. When you work with us, you’ll sleep better knowing you’re doing all you can to protect your assets.
Our fast, hassle-free application process makes it easy to get the liability coverage you need. Start by filling out and submitting our online app. Our underwriters will then schedule a convenient phone call to discuss the risk with you. Next, we’ll send a quote for your approval. If you agree to the terms and pay the first premium, we’ll issue your new policy right away.
To get started on obtaining liability insurance for volunteers, complete the form above. If you have any questions and would like to speak to a representative, give us a call at 877-585-2853.
About 62.6 million people volunteered through or for an organization at least once between September 2014 and September 2015.
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