Church Insurance

PROPERTY AND LIABILITY
Our Commercial Package Policy (Multi-Peril Package) can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your church. It includes coverage for property, liability and crime. Other coverage options are available, as outlined below.

Property Coverage

  • Building and Contents
  • Extra Expense
  • Loss of Earnings
  • Property of Clergy
  • Crime (Dishonesty)
  • Equipment Breakdown (MEP)
Liability Coverage

  • Church Members and Employees
  • Ministers
  • Church Officials
  • Volunteers
  • Church-sponsored Activities
  • Products and Completed Operations
  • Personal Injury Liability (including medical payments)
  • Fire Legal Liability
Optional Property Coverage

  • Earthquake
  • Flood
  • Inland Marine Floaters
  • Fine Art
  • Musical Instruments and other property
  • Pastor’s Tenant Homeowners
  • Data Compromise
Optional Liability Coverage

  • Pastoral Counseling
  • Directors, Officers and Trustees
  • Non-owned and Hired Automobile
  • Sexual Misconduct or Molestation
  • Cemetery Professional
  • Employee Benefits
  • Employment Practices
  • Teachers Professional

BUSINESS AUTOMOBILE

The Business Automobile Policy provides protection for vehicles owned, rented or borrowed by your church. Because it’s so important, Jennings Bryan-Chappell Insurance Services provides the flexibility for you to select the policy that best fits your church’s specific needs.

Liability

  • Bodily Injury and Property Damage
  • Medical Payments
  • Uninsured Motorist
  • Underinsured Motorist
  • Non-owned and Hired Automobile

Physical Damages

  • Comprehensive Coverage
  • Collision Coverage
  • Rental Reimbursement
  • Towing & Labor Physical Damage
  • Rental Vehicle Coverage

WORKERS COMPENSATION

There’s no telling how or when an accident may occur. But when it does, it can cost a great deal in lost wages, hospital bills, and physical therapy – costs your church may not be able to pay.

What is Workers’ Compensation

It is a comprehensive, no-fault approach to provide compensation and medical care to employees injured while working, relieving employers of liability from lawsuits involving negligence.

In most states, churches are required to carry Workers’ Compensation Insurance for their employees. Even where not required, worker’s compensation generally must be paid. Failure to pay state-mandated benefits can lead to costly fines or the possibility of legal action by an injured employee.

Compensation and Benefits

  • Lost Wages
  • Medical Expenses
  • Disfigurement
  • Employer’s Liability
  • Rehabilitation
  • Survivor Benefits for Fatal Injuries

UMBRELLA LIABILITY

Sometimes you want the added security of knowing that if a catastrophe occurs and a claim exceeds your primary limits, it can still be covered without causing extreme financial loss to your church. Umbrella/Excess Liability provides additional coverage over the Comprehensive Liability, Professional Liability, Business Auto Liability and Workers’ Compensation Employer’s Liability.

What is Umbrella/ExcessLiability?
Umbrella/Excess liability provides an additional layer of protection above the limits provided by your Commercial General Liability, Directors, Officers and Trustees’ Liability, Pastoral Counseling, Business Automobile Liability and Workers’ Compensation Employer’s Liability.

Do You Need Umbrella Liability?
Most churches face the risk that their church-sponsored activities could result in serious injury to others. Purchasing an Umbrella/Excess Liability policy can provide an inexpensive way to achieve additional protection.

How Much Do You Need?
Umbrella/Excess Liability policies are available in amounts of $1 million to $5 million of coverage. The amount that you need depends on the operations and activities of the church. Activities such as daycare, kindergarten, bus or van operations, after-school programs, ball teams and gyms should all be considered.

October 27th, 2015 by Jennings Bryan-Chappell Insurance Services