In 1990, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which provides civil rights protection for individuals with disabilities against discrimination, was signed into law. The ADA provides regulation regarding employment, public entities, public accommodations and telecommunications. According to Title III of the ADA, “discrimination on the basis of disability in the activities of places of public…

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Religious organizations are sacred places for members and guests, and maintaining proper insurance coverage is imperative to protecting the mission of each place of worship. The truth is that many houses of worship operate on small budgets, which means even minor losses could be devastating. Therefore, it’s important to understand the various risk exposures that…

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As we approach October 1, the beginning of our 1 Month, 1 Percent, 1 Fight initiative and the month during which we will hold our 3rd annual Baskets for Breast Cancer auction, it’s important to remember why and for whom we’re fighting. According to Breastcancer.org, an estimated 255,180 new cases of invasive breast cancer are…

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The number of youth organizations is on the rise, and their high demand is becoming clearer. With the relaxing days of summer behind us and school back in full swing, the focus has shifted from keeping children and young adults occupied with outdoor activities to meeting their academic responsibilities through various after-school programs. While our…

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According to Charity Navigator, nonprofit organizations in the U.S. closed out 2016 with a staggering $390 billion dollars in donations received. Several years ago, the phrase “going viral” was born, and pertained to all things pop culture and news-related, but charities have also seen the benefits of “going viral.” Online giving through smartphone applications, social…

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When thinking about insurance solutions for health care companies, many focus on, and, perhaps stop at, medical malpractice insurance. However, running a health care company comes with many of the same risks that business owners face in other industries. Health care companies face lawsuits from creditors, investors, competitors, the state and federal governments and employees….

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