Help Protect Your Nonprofit Clients with Liability Insurance

ZYWAVE | January 1, 2018

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If you are an insurance agent working with non-profit employers, you’ve probably sold them much of the standard suite of benefits products. Health, disability, dental, life. These products are must-haves for any employer. They help to attract and protect quality talent. But what about protecting the non-profit? Non-profits have special risks that make liability insurance a sound investment. At Zywave, we want to help our partners service their clients effectively, while also helping you to cross-sell more products. That’s why we’ve put together this list of our top 3 reasons non-profit agencies should carry liability insurance.

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