SPORTS & ACTIVITY ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Sports & Activity Accident Insurance
Participant Accident Insurance for sports, camps, schools, special events and other activities is essential for the protection of your client’s business. We partner with AM Best A-rated carriers, to offer sports and activity accident insurance that is customizable to meet the needs of a wide range of organizations.
Camps & Leagues
- Field hockey
- Flag football
- Ice hockey
- Ice skating
- Martial arts
- Shooting (pistol/rifle)
- Many additional sports leagues and camps
- 4-H clubs
- Adult groups
- Bands, drill teams and bugle corps
- Boy/Girl Scouts
- Child care centers
- Community service groups
- Dance clubs
- Fitness centers
- Religious groups and schools
- Riding clubs
- Service organizations (Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions, etc.)
- Skiing clubs
- Volunteer organizations
- Many additional activities
- Accident medical expense benefit up to $50,000 (higher limits available)
- AD&D of $20,000 (other options available)
- AM Best A-rated carrier
- Benefit period up to 1 year
- Customizable coverage
- Deductibles from $0 to $500
President, National Programs Division
What is accident medical insurance?
Accident medical insurance protects participants from costly out-of-pocket medical expenses that are a result of an injury that occurred during a policyholder’s supervised and sponsored event.
Why should a team/league purchase accident medical insurance?
Who is covered under this participant accident policy?
Will this coverage pay all bills for covered participants if they do not have any other insurance?
In the event a covered participant does not have other insurance, this coverage would pay all eligible bills up to usual and customary and/or policy limits.
If a covered participant has health insurance, what does this policy pay for?
This policy would pay for copays, deductibles and coinsurance.
Does this coverage follow participants wherever they practice or participate?
Yes, this coverage applies as long as the covered individual is participating in the policyholder’s supervised and sponsored event.
What does "AME" mean?
AME stands for accident medical expense.
What does "aggregate maximum" mean?
Aggregate maximum is the most a policy will pay for all claims made per accident regardless of the number of claims or claimants.
Can a deductible be added?
Yes, several deductible options are available.
What is the difference between full excess and primary?
Does the policyholder need to supply a roster listing all participants?
No, we do not require a roster listing participant names.