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A Deeper Dive Into Insurance Topics for Nonprofits: Special Events Coverage and Considerations When Making Claims

September 19, 2022 Podcast
EO Radio Show - Your Nonprofit Legal Resource

Welcome to EO Radio Show – Your Nonprofit Legal Resource. In this episode, I'm delighted to bring you Part 2 of a conversation I had with Melissa Dalske, Chief Experience Officer at Nonprofits Insurance Alliance.

In Part 1, we talked about insurance basics and the insurance application process. Along with ideas about how to manage the insurance costs as an organization starts out. In Part 2, we take a deeper dive into special event coverage, best practices in managing claims, and the difference between insurance policies that are based on claims made in the coverage period as compared to an occurrence policy.

Resources:

EO Radio Show - Nonprofit Basics: Insurance Coverage for the New Nonprofit

Nonprofits Insurance Alliance Blog  https://blog.insurancefornonprofits.org/blog

Learn more about Nonprofits Insurance Alliance: www.insurancefornonprofits.org

Follow Nonprofits Insurance Alliance on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nonprofits-insurance-alliance/

Subscribe FREE to Nonprofits Insurance Alliance online magazine, designed to provide tools, tips and resources to nonprofit leaders: https://blueavocado.org/

Contact Melissa Dalske, Chief Experience Officer at NIA: [email protected]

If you have suggestions for topics you would like us to discuss, please email us at [email protected]

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DISCLAIMER: This podcast is for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to be, nor should it be interpreted as, legal advice or opinion.

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