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India Network Announces Special Risk Event Insurance for Asian Indian Organizations and Associations in America

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SOURCE: India Network Foundation

India Network to introduce custom special risk event insurance for Asian Indian social, cultural, community organizations, work, travel and school programs in North America.

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Special Risk Accident Coverage Insurance for Asian Indians
India Network Foundation, a non-profit US based sponsor of visitor health insurance for elderly parents and others, announced the introduction of special risk accident coverage insurance for community events, associations meetings, and religious functions held in North America. American International Group (AIG), the underwriter of this program is the market leader for customized accident insurance solutions that meet the needs of groups or associations with members participating in a wide range of sponsored or supervised activities. The insurance plans help fill the gaps in general liability coverage by providing accident insurance for the organization membership. Many cultural organizations organize large community events without proper insurance coverage exposing them to unlimited risk. Foundation offers assistance to cover event risk insurance premiums through its community grant program for qualified Asian Indian community organizations in North America to support and promote traditional and local cultural events.

Dr. KV Rao, India Network Foundation president commented, “Many community organizations have been requesting this coverage for a longtime. The foundation is pleased to offer customized accident insurance for event planning and activities sponsored by Asian Indian organizations in the United States.”

India Network is now able to create custom solutions tailored to meet specific insurance needs represented by the thousands of foundation members nationwide. In addition to the Asian Indian community, plans can be created for any one of multiple groups including amateur sports and recreation, non-profit and volunteers, entertainment and hospitality, education, work and travel.

India Network Health Insurance provides travel medical insurance and 24/7 travel assistance services through AIG Travel Assist. AIG offers student accident insurance for more than 375,000 college students through the 10,000 schools, organizations and institutions of higher education. Professor KV Rao added, “Custom insurance plans for Asian Indian associations participating in student exchange programs is a valuable addition to the visitor health insurance currently offered by India Network Health Insurance.”

Application for Special Risk Insurance through India Network can be made by contacting 877-204-0222 or by completing the quote form at http://www.kvrao.org/PDF/equote.pdf.

About India Network Foundation

India Network Foundation, established as a US non-profit organization, has been helping the Asian Indian community in North America with programs and grants to academics from India for more than two decades. India Network Foundation sponsors visitor health insurance to tourists, students, temporary workers (H1 visa holders) and their families. All insurance products sponsored by the foundation are administered by India Network Health Insurance and underwritten by American International Group (AIG).

For more information visit http://www.indianetwork.org.

About India Network Health Insurance

India Network Health Insurance is a US based company that administers visitor health insurance to tourists, students, temporary workers (H1 visa holders) and their families. All insurance products are underwritten by American International Group. Visitor medical plans are offered for all age groups with both fixed coverage, comprehensive coverage and with pre-existing medical condition coverage.

For more information visit http://www.kvrao.org.

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