In the ten year period since Governor Crist signed into law Florida Statute 624.4625., FIT has grown from its 3 charter members to a membership of over 200 of the most well respected Social Service companies in the State. This consistent growth confirms the Trust belief in it’s Mission; “Protecting Those Who Serve Others“. FIT does this by providing superior insurance coverages, cost, and service to our members.
When FIT received authorization from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulations on June 8, 2007, to begin operations it became the first Trust in Florida specifically designed to serve Florida’s not-for-profit community. In fact, because of the very high standards required by the State to operate as a Trust, FIT remains the only one.
As the Trust enteres its TENTH year of operations, the Board of Directors sat down to discuss the attributes that have allowed FIT to experience its unheard of success rate (98% retention rate). We believe this success can be attributed to the purchasing power of the group, and the benefit of being able to purchase all lines of coverage from one trusted source.
The Trust is owned by its members and governed by a Board of Directors comprised of its members. This allows the Trust to maintain its sole focus of providing the Best Price, Coverage, and Services to our members.
Services for FIT members are provided by Non-Profit Insurance Services, NPIS. NPIS has been the exclusive service provider since the inception of FIT. For more information regarding FIT, please contact NPIS at 888-794-7771 or (407) 936-2132.
- Various wind limit /deductibles offered
- AOP Coverage up to 100 million per member (FIT)
- No Margin Clause, not confined to schedule
- Valuation based on replacement cost
- Valuation for time element to be actual loss sustained
- Special form, all risk policy
Commercial Auto Liability
- Combined Single Limit
- Medical Payments
- Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists
- Hired/Non-Owned Liability
- Towing Labor
- Rental Reimbursement
- Data Breach and Privacy Liability
- Data Breach Loss to Insured
- Electronic Media Liability Coverage
- Breach Mitigation Expense Coverage
- Business Interruption Reimbursement Coverage
- PCI Assessments Reimbursement Coverage
- Excess Liability
- And more
General & Professional Liability
Per occurrence and general aggregate for the following:
- Commercial General Liability
- Employee Benefits Liability
- Miscellaneous Professional Liability
- Sexual/Physical Abuse or Molestation
- Special Events Coverage
- Physicians’ Coverage
- Employers Liability
- Statutory Benefits to include medical, indemnity, death, etc.
D&O /EPLI Liability Coverage
Coverage for employment practices liability included as well as civil rights.
- Broad Definition of Insured
- Broad Definition of Employment
- Claims Made Policy
- Cost of Defense for Hour & Wage Claims
- Personal Injury Coverage
- Third Party Coverage
- Independent Contractors Coverage
- Entity Coverage
- Healthcare Organization Coverage Extension
- Individually rated, customized plans
- Preferred pricing on medical plans
- Online Enrollment
- HRA / HSA / FSA / COBRA options
Self-insured options are available
What Our Members Are Saying
Don’t just take it from us, let our members do the talking!
Senior Vice President of Corporate Operations
Aspire Health Partners
Reginald D. Jackson, MSHRM
Risk Manager & Insurance Administrator
United Community Options of South Florida
Billy Van Ee, PHR, SHRM-CP
Director of Human Resources
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