Insurance for equine breed or discipline clubs and associations
Two types of insurance we offer specifically for clubs and associations are:
Commercial General Liability Insurance
Commercial General Liability Insurance protects the organization, board members, volunteers, employees and others acting in an official capacity for bodily injury and/or property damage claims arising from activities as filed with Underwriters. Coverage limit $5,000,000 per occurrence and includes claims arising from injury to "participants" Extensions included (see attached).
Management Liability (Formerly Director's and Officer's Liability)
Management Liability is a special coverage available separately to Clubs who require insurance to protect the officers and directors of the organization for "wrongful acts" arising from their official duties. Coverage limits available $1,000,000 - $5,000,000. Coverage may be extended to the actual ownership of land/buildings, and the operation or maintenance of equine facilities where you Own, Rent or Maintain Land/Building(s) for more than 15 consecutive days.
- $ 2,000 on owned money
- $ 10,000 on owned property other than buildings (higher limits available)
- $ 10,000 per horse ($100,000 per catastrophe) on horses of others
- $ 1,000,000 on tenant legal liability on responsibility for rented premises
- $ 5,000,000 liability for approved activities including injury to participants
Frequently Asked Questions for Equine Clubs
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