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Coverage for a nonprofit fraternal or social club organization can include:

General Liability

Directors and Officers Liability

Employment Practices Liability

Abuse and Molestation

Special Events

Professional and Cyber


Equipment Breakdown

Business Income




Inland Marine

Employee Benefits Liability

Blanket Additional Insureds


Nonprofit club claim examples

Liquor Liability Claim:
A club was hosting a private reception for members and their guests. An underage guest presented a fake ID and was served alcohol. The intoxicated minor left the establishment and fatally injured an innocent victim. The family of the deceased sued the club for serving a minor.

Three club members attended a dance at the local fraternal club where they consumed alcohol. One hour after leaving the dance they were involved in an accident in which one passenger sustained a traumatic head injury. He was in a coma for two months with over $350,000 in medical bills. The passenger sued the club for serving an intoxicated person.

Assault and Battery Claim:
A club guest was involved in a physical altercation causing injuries and the club was sued for $50,000

Directors and Officers Claim:
The personal assets of the directors and officers of a club were exposed when the organization ran out of funds to pay for a suit brought against it.

A club employee sued the club’s governing board alleging that the directors and officers were negligent for failing to supervise the club manager, who she claimed sexually harassed her.

An officer served a term on the board of directors for a club. Eighteen months after completing his service, he was named in a suit alleging mismanagement of funds for the last five years. The ex-officer discovered that the current board of directors had failed to renew its insurance policy and, even though he had diligently maintained insurance coverage throughout his term of service, the former officer was left with no coverage for this suit.

Equipment Breakdown: The club central heating system (hot water boiler) suffered cracking of one of its sections resulting in $8,000 of property damage, causing the club to postpone its fundraising event.

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