A community or property owner association ("Association") acts through board members and officers who are volunteers and are generally willing to serve because they care about their communities.
But in this day and age, they are often targets of member lawsuits. Accordingly, it's recommended that all Associations obtain director and officer liability insurance to cover the costs of defending their directors, officers, committee members, and volunteers against such lawsuits.
Join Allen Trask and Amy Wooten on Wednesday, November 17, at 2:00 p.m. for the next installment in Ward and Smith's Community Association Building Blocks series. During this session, we will discuss:
- Who and What Should Director and Officer Liability Insurance Cover?
- Should You Choose an Endorsed Insurance Policy or a Standalone Insurance Policy?
- What Should an Insured Association Do When It's Sued?
The session will conclude with a live Q&A. Our Community Association Building Blocks sessions are designed specifically for association managers. These sessions are free to attend, but registration is required.