Land Design Insurance Group Announces Support through NSPS for Surveyors Affected by Hurricane Sandy

November 19, 2012 — The National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) and its NSPS Foundation Disaster Relief Fund are pleased to announce the support of the Land Design Insurance Group (LDIG), to help surveyors who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Highlights include:
• Land Design Insurance Group, backed by the support of Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company, will match 50% of all donations made to the NSPS Disaster Relief Fund between now and December 31, 2012*.
• In order for LDIG to match 50% of your contribution, please register here, NSPS Donation Match. (This registry will be compared to the list of donations received by NSPS in conjunction with LDIG’s funding of the matching contribution)
• To provide your generous tax-deductible contribution please click here, NSPS Disaster Relief Fund Information and follow the instructions to mail-in a donation check or donate online. This link also provides information on how affected surveyors may submit a Disaster Relief Application to request support from the Fund.

The Land Design Insurance Group provides E&O/professional liability and business insurance solutions (property, auto, general liability, etc.) to members of the land surveying, civil engineering, land planning and landscape architecture communities through its sponsoring carrier, Fireman’s Fund Insurance Companies. LDIG’s insurance program is available in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey through its affiliated retail insurance agency partner, Klein Agency, LLC and available in a growing number of additional states by placement through the surveyor’s independent insurance agent.

Contact Information:
NSPS Foundation – Disaster Relief ( Contact Trisha Milburn at 240-439-4615, ext. 105 or

Land Design Insurance Group ( Contact Lee Morris at 877-316-4922 Toll Free or

Klein Agency, LLC (VA, MD, DE, PA, NJ) ( Contact Justin Klein at 410-832-7600 or

*Land Design Insurance group will provide a $6,000 dollars max contribution.