MOODY INSURANCE SPECIALIZES IN INSURANCE
FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS
Moody understands that not-for-profit organizations
present unique exposures that require specialized risk
management programs to protect the organization, employees,
directors & officers, volunteers, participants,
Corporate Overview of Moody Insurance
- Servicing the insurance and risk management needs
of not-for-profit organizations for almost 90 years.
- One of the largest insurance brokers in the Metro
DC area – listed in Washington Business Journal’s
Book of Lists of top insurance brokers.
- Representing not-for-profit organizations all over
the United States and throughout the world.
- One of the largest and most knowledgeable writers
of Directors & Officers Liability, Errors &
Omissions (Professional Liability) and International
Programs for not-for-profits in the DC area.
- One of the leading providers of multinational Master
Controlled Insurance programs. We coordinate your
local policies in countries outside the United States
with a U.S.-based international “umbrella”
- Representing the largest, most financially sound
insurance companies that specialize in not-for-profits
and provide the broadest policies available for your
industry’s specific needs.
- Insuring organizations of all sizes – from
small local non-profits to large organizations with
operations all over the world.
Specialty Insurance Products:
- Directors & Officers Liability
- Publishers, Internet, and Intellectual Property
- Professional Liability (Errors & Omissions)
- Multinational Programs including coordination of
local country policies
- Kidnap Ransom, Extortion and Wrongful Detention
- Event Cancellation/Liability and Travel Accident
- Property, Casualty, Auto and Workers Compensation
- Employee Benefits Liability (domestic and worldwide
Moody Insurance has been working with the not-for-profit
community for more than 80 years, providing tailored
risk management products and services to organizations
all over the world.
For more information contact Christopher Moody, II.