Memberships, insurance, etc.
Matthew R. Popalisky
mpopali at comp.uark.edu
Fri Jan 17 06:56:29 PST 1997
On Thu, 16 Jan 1997, Lori Jones wrote:
> on our own. For example: if, at an event, a hall worth several
> hundred thousand dollars burned to the ground, the insurance
> policy *could* cover our losses in order to save our organization
> from total financial devastation. However, it is more likely that
> the SCA would seek every alternative to making a claim on the policy,
> as such a claim would increase our premiums to a phenominal rate.
I seem to remember a near-by group having a small disaster happen to a
porta-privy, and the hat was passed widely around to pay for it. Can't
remember if some paperwork got screwed up, or if they just didn't want to
deal with the insurance (not sure if I was told).
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