Property & Workers' Compensation Insurance

A message on WC, COVID claims

Jan. 18, 2022

Our insurer, Church Mutual has requested a temporary change in the procedure for filing Workers’ Compensation claims and COVID claims. These are usually reported to the Church Mutual Nurse Hotline, (operated by Medcor), however, Medcor is currently experiencing a significant delay in response time due to illness within their staff and a surge of incoming COVID calls. Please use the following for reporting claims for the next two to four weeks in order to avoid delays. Email claimsintake@churchmutual.com  or visit https://www.churchmutual.com/72/Claims-Center


Insurance Program Information and Resources

 

Coverage overview (more details in booklet below)
 
 

 

 

Contacts

Fred C. Church Insurance
800-225-1865 (phone)
978-454-1865 (fax)

Fred C. Church website

Chris Duble – Account Executive & CEO
Office ext. 7225
Home: 978-352-8846
Cell: 978-790-6344
cduble@fredcchurch.com
 
Sineth Hing — Commercial Account Manager
UMC Service Team
Office ext. 7317
 
Deanna Bullock – Commercial Claims, Commercial Claims Manager
Office ext. 7242
dbullock@fredcchurch.com

The New England Conference oversees a comprehensive property/casualty insurance and risk management program for all churches and some other affiliated organizations within the Conference family.

The role of this program is to reduce insurance costs for all members of the Conference, and to mitigate the risks associated with accidental loss. Losses may arise from fire and water damage, liability claims and litigation, employment-related injuries, theft, vandalism and other causes.

The Conference Insurance Committee and Treasurer’s Office work in partnership with our insurance broker, Fred C. Church Insurance, and the insurance companies who underwrite the Conference’s insurance policies. With ongoing oversight by the Conference, the responsibilities of our broker and our insurers for the program include:

  • Administration of the Conference property, liability, workers compensation and other insurance policies and programs;
  • Prompt reporting, initial investigation, and ongoing management of insured claims with our insurance carriers;
  • Responsiveness through telephone and e-mail communication to all individual church questions, concerns and opportunities regarding insurance and risk management;
  • Cooperation and collaboration with individual churches to develop policies and procedures to prevent or minimize losses;
  • Review of contracts and agreements to ensure that the Conference bears only its proportionate share of any liability or claims that may arise from the agreement, and to ensure that appropriate insurance and other protective clauses are in the agreement.