Improper Sexual Conduct Liability

Coverage Summary:
nonprofit3Also known as sexual abuse coverage, when Nonprofits’ OWN General Liability coverage is bound, the nonprofit may be eligible to purchase Improper Sexual Conduct coverage. The intent of this coverage is to respond to allegations of sexual abuse. This should not be confused with sexual harassment, which is more appropriately insured under a directors and officers policy.

ANI-RRG provides improper sexual conduct on an event-trigger form. Any organization that provides services to youth, developmentally disabled of any age, or senior citizens should consider this type of insurance.

Specific Features:

  • Event-trigger form
  • Typical Limit $1,000,000: Agregate Limits to $2,000,000 and Umbrella limits to $10,000,000 available
  • Up to $10,000 reimbursement of wages policy limit for an employee suspended from work with pay during an improper sexual conduct investigation
  • Defense of the alleged perpetrator until he or she is convicted of a criminal offense involving sexual conduct
  • Coverage extends to client vs. client allegations
  • No deductible
  • Volunteers and employees are included as insureds at no extra charge
  • Written on ANI-ISCET form

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