Protecting Organizations That Positively Affect People's Lives
Lamb Insurance Services is the largest insurance broker in the country exclusively dedicated to nonprofit and human service organizations.Watch video
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What we do
We specialize in the insurance needs of nonprofit and human services organizations. We play a crucial role in protecting your organization on multiple fronts by offering the following: coverage for your team, including bodily injury protection, protection against property damages, and operational coverage, like advertising injury and copyright infringement.
Insurance Broker in the country dedicated to Nonprofit and Human Service organizations.
Top 100 Insurance Agency in the Country
Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Company
While many companies talk about Core Values, Lamb truly integrates these into the way we operate day-to-day, how we recognize our peers, how we financially incent our people, and most importantly, how we support our clients. By celebrating employees who exemplify these Core Values through various means, we ultimately offer clients a nonprofit and human service organization insurance partner who shares their values and can be trusted to support their mission. Learn more
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Stay up-to-date on insurance insights for nonprofit and human service organizations. We’ve compiled the top resources from across the nonprofit and human service insurance industries to help you become better informed as you make a positive impact.
Join Lamb Insurance Services for an engaging discussion with industry experts Michael Lamberg, Matt Basile, Gene Dennis, and Erik Walseth. Together, they will discuss the current state of the hard insurance market for religious organizations, address common questions, and provide considerations for these organizations as they navigate their insurance decisions.
Discover the essential elements of disaster management. Learn how a well-considered emergency preparedness plan can safeguard lives and nonprofit assets.
To encourage safety in buildings across New York City, the City’s Fire Department and The Risk Control Department are putting new emphasis on existing fire safety requirements designed to safeguard multiple dwellings within the City. Additionally, the requirements set forth by the City will be enforced by insurance carriers, further encouraging property owners to prioritize safety.
The non-profit insurance space has been in a hard market since the third quarter of 2019. For some organizations, the concept of a hard market might seem academic. But it has practical implications, especially for nonprofit and human service organizations.