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Religious Organizations Have Unique Insurance Considerations. Find Out Why They Need a Standout Insurance Partner

Religious organizations have unique property and general and professional liability needs.

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Beautiful stained-glass windows, an organ to provide music during religious services, preschools, daycares and counseling services — these are just a few of the reasons religious organizations might need insurance coverages beyond the standard property and general liability form.

“Religious organizations may need some specialized coverages,” said Michael Nester, product specialist, human services, with Philadelphia Insurance Companies (PHLY). “We’re trying to offer this relationship that can help religious organizations improve upon their risk management.”

Whether large or small, religious facilities of all kinds will have insurance needs and finding the right insurance partner to help prevent claims in addition to covering the costs of damages is key.

From general liability and property coverages to specialized fine arts and policies for stained glass, musical instruments and other religious relics, here’s a look at the insurance needs of religious organizations.

To learn more about Philadelphia Insurance Companies, please visit their website.

Philadelphia Insurance Companies (PHLY) offers product-specific resources, alliances, and service capabilities to achieve a multi-faceted approach to risk management, including safety program development, site audits, and training (including interactive web-based training). We offer a wide range of products and value-added services at financial terms to be agreed upon to help you achieve your risk management goals.

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