Association Liability Insurance

Protection for Your Organisation and its important work

Not-for-profit, Community Welfare Organisations and Associations are created for and by their members with the best intentions of community at heart. Despite these good intentions the organisation and their officers are exposed to litigation arising from the provision of their services to their members and the public as well as scrutiny from corporate regulators.

Non-profit organisations and their directors should protect the good work and good standing of the organisation through Association Liability Insurance.

Association Liability Insurance can cover the following risks:

  • Professional Indemnity
  • Directors & Officers Cover
  • Association Entity Cover
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Fidelity Cover
  • Tax Investigation Costs
  • Advancement of Defence Costs
  • Statutory Fines and Penalties Cover
  • Free Legal Advice provided by panel solicitors

Your Risk Management Experts

There are many Association Liability Insurance policies available, with significant differences, McKenzie Ross employs experienced professional risks practitioners who will provide you with a comprehensive review of your Association Liability insurance exposure and provide a tailored insurance solution to suit your practice's needs.

Local Knowledge, Global Reach

McKenzie Ross has the local knowledge to transact business with all of the major Australian professional indemnity insurers and underwriting agencies. However if adequate policy terms and conditions cannot be sourced in Australia then we can utilise our subsidiary company Prime Underwriting Australia Pty Ltd to approach the Lloyds of London insurance Market on your behalf.

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Business insurance packages offer an ideal risk management strategy providing wide-ranging protection for your business under the one policy. Business insurance is flexible allowing you to combine multiple policy coverage's to tailor your policy to meet your business's needs.

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