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Professional Associations

Professional associations are designed to be support network for their professional members. They’re organized just like any other business however, and as such there are many responsibilities that must be dealt with to keep everything running smoothly each day. Some professional organizations are designed to earn profits as well, but even if yours is not there are still potential risks and hazards that you must be prepared for. Carrying the right types of business insurance is the first step towards making sure you’re fully prepared.

General Liability

General liability insurance can protect your professional association from suffering severe financial consequences when accidents happen. Whether your company is at fault for the accident or not, you still may have to pay legal fees when claims arise. General liability helps you with these expenses while helping to provide protection to your customers. This insurance provides broad protection so that you’re covered even for those unlikely events that you may have never thought of.

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General Liability Insurance Includes:

Business Owners Policy

General liability insurance is included with another type of coverage known as a BOP, or business owners policy. This coverage is particularly useful for small businesses because it can be tailored to provide just the types of insurance your professional association needs. A BOP provides protection against the loss of tangible and intangible assets, such as your office building and furnishings or your professional computer software. Examples of coverage options include:

Business Auto

When you or your employees drive to meetings, seminars or professional events, there is the chance that you will be involved in an auto accident. Business auto insurance can protect you from having to pay medical bills when people are injured in accidents. It also pays for the property damage repairs, and different levels of coverage can protect you from uninsured motorist, theft, fire or natural hazards.

Workers Comp

If your professional association has employees on the payroll, you are required by law to carry workers comp insurance. This protects each of your employees from on the job injuries. When accidents happen, workers comp pays for the medical care bills and related recovery expenses.

Commercial Umbrella

Commercial umbrella coverage is extra business insurance to protect you above and beyond the maximum limits of your other policies.

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