|By PR Newswire||
|April 10, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
MORRISTOWN, N.J. or PETALUMA, Calif., April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ProSight Specialty Insurance ("ProSight") and Tangram Insurance Services Inc. ("Tangram"), today announced the addition of a package insurance offering for the companies' joint Community First insurance program serving social service organizations. Paired with an established workers compensation product, the addition of the new package lines of coverage positions the Community First program as a one-stop insurance resource for non-profit organizations looking for competitive and comprehensive coverage. The Community First package includes the following lines of coverage: Property, General Liability, Professional Liability, Auto, Workers Compensation, Umbrella and other coverages. For more information on the package, click here.1
"We are thrilled to be expanding our coverage capabilities with ProSight's partnership and together building on the foundation of an insurance program that has served social service organizations for years," said Rekha Skantharaja, President, Tangram Insurance Services. "With the addition of these package lines of coverage, our Community First program becomes one of the few insurance programs available nationwide with a total solution for the social service industry."
"As specialists in this space for over a decade, ProSight and Tangram understand the unique needs of non-profit organizations and we strive to deliver the best protection and customer service available," said Sue Miller, Community First Program Executive, ProSight Specialty Insurance. "This new package offering underscores our commitment to this sector and our emphasis on innovation in catering to all of the insurance needs of non-profit organizations."
Beyond offering insurance solutions though Community First, Tangram and ProSight provide additional support for non-profit organizations with compelling services solutions that go beyond traditional insurance coverage. To facilitate additional funding sources for non-profits, ProSight partnered with CharityNet USA, a leading non-profit service provider, to offer discounted grant writing and professional service packages that are structured to fit a range of budgets for ProSight customers. In 2012, ProSight and Tangram established the Community Giving Fund to enable both insurance companies, in partnership with its agents, to provide additional support through community-based grants to non-profit organizations. In addition, Community First customers have access to complimentary pre-claim risk management services and educational seminars.
For more information about the Community First program, please visit, www.Prosightspecialty.com/solutions/community-first-non-profit-insurance-solutions/ or http://www.tangramins.com/Community-First-Non-Profit-Insurance.php
About ProSight Specialty Insurance
ProSight Specialty Insurance was founded by CEO Joseph Beneducci in 2009 and is backed by affiliates of TPG Capital and GS Capital Partners. ProSight Specialty Insurance focuses on niche markets where it has differentiated underwriting and claims expertise and partners exclusively with specialist distributors who have a deep understanding of their customers. For more information, please visit www.prosightspecialty.com.
About Tangram Insurance Services, Inc.
Tangram Insurance Services, Inc. is a national program manager bringing in-depth expertise and specialized program capabilities to a variety of industries. With over a decade of experience, Tangram partners with the top insurance companies to deliver niche insurance solutions. For more information, visit www.tangramins.com.
1 The description of any coverage herein is a summary only. Please refer to the actual policies for complete details of coverage and exclusions. Coverage may not be available in all states. Issuance of coverage is subject to underwriting by ProSight Specialty Insurance.
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