Education & Scholastic

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Schools have a unique set of insurance needs. Amity has worked with carriers to develop a customized, comprehensive insurance program that can provide maximum protection for educational institutions.

Amity is proud to be the recipient of the Readers’ Choice Award for best products and services from The Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

Superior Service and Superior Products

Our team of professionals provide you with personalized service. We listen, we ask questions and then put together a program that best meets your needs and your budget.

Comprehensive Property and Liability Insurance

  • Educators and school board legal liability
  • Group health and disability
  • School transportation
  • Food service
  • Student accident/medical
  • Corporal punishment
  • Sexual abuse/molestation
  • Workers compensation
  • Boiler and machinery
  • Earthquake and flood

We offer extensive contract review service at no additional cost to ensure that you are properly protected.

Since 1978, Amity has worked hard to provide each and every client with comprehensive programs and personalized service. Service, honesty and value are watchwords that have served us well.

Available Coverages:
  • Comprehensive Property
  • Crime
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Premises Liability
  • Employment Practices
  • School Board/Trustees Liability
  • Educators Professional Liability
  • Sexual Abuse/Molestation
  • Student Accident/Health
  • Group Benefits
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Athletic Participation
  • Automobile Liability and Physical Damage
  • Umbrella/Excess Liability
  • Group Health Benefits
Class of Business:
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Private Schools
  • Charter Schools
  • Religious Day Schools
  • Technical Schools
  • Public School Districts
  • Preparatory Schools

Does Your Liability Insurance Measure Up?

Do your current policies provide protection against claims arising from:

  • Sexual harassment claims from students or fellow employees
  • Sexual or physical abuse or molestation
  • Injuries to students, parents or volunteers
  • Injuries resulting from transportation of students
  • Fatal accidents
  • Wrongful termination
  • Violation of civil rights
  • Corporal punishment
  • Fiscal irresponsibility
  • Breach of vendor contract