Foster care centers and orphanages provide crucially important services to some of the nation’s most vulnerable children. But between offering temporary housing, handling complex paperwork, and complying with various laws and regulations, foster care centers and orphanages offer services that expose them to a variety of risks that could trigger lawsuits from upset families and guardians.
While lawsuits are expensive no matter what the outcome, there is a way to manage those costs. Liability insurance can pay for the legal costs associated with a lawsuit: attorney fees, court fees, and even judgments or settlements. Orphanages and foster care providers can minimize the likelihood that a lawsuit causes financial devastation by investing in some of the policies listed below.