Nonprofits, Social Services & Healthcare

Nonprofit and social service organizations play a vital role in our communities. Bitner Henry Insurance Group understands their importance and the need for them to succeed. Our agency is committed to providing risk management solutions to nonprofits and social services organizations so they can continue to serve their communities.

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Property Protection

It is important that nonprofits and social services organizations protect their property from potential threats such as fires or frozen pipes. Property insurance is available in several forms to suit your organization’s specific needs.

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Liability Protection

Liability insurance provides protection from damages caused by bodily injury or property damage for which your nonprofit or social services organization is found to be legally liable. Having the proper Liability insurance enables your organization to continue normal operations while dealing with claims of negligence or wrongdoing.

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Vehicle Coverage

Auto insurance policies are designed to provide nonprofits and social services organizations with protection against property, liability, and medical costs. Auto Insurance can protect your organization in the event of an accident in an owned vehicle.

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Workers' Compensation

Nonprofit and social services organizations want to ensure they are protected in the event an employee is injured at work. Workers’ Compensation insurance provides coverage for medical expenses and wages of an employee in the event he or she is injured on the job.

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Over the past five years, we have put Bitner-Henry to the test. In a series of unfortunate events it’s truly been a challenge. They stepped up and passed with flying colors.

– Walter McNeil

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