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When it comes to college athletics, sports are a lot different from the average little league team. These teams are often professionally-managed and coordinated, and they have significant financial investments attached to them. Furthermore, for all parties involved, personal, commercial and financial risks might exist. READ MORE >>

Your sports league wants to help people come together, exercise and have fun. However, there is always a chance that something could go wrong. You might expose your players, volunteers and others to unintentional risks of harm. Therefore, you need to create as secure an operation as you can. READ MORE >>

Spring is here, and that means it is baseball season. Whether you are a spectator or a player, you know that, at times, America's pastime could create safety risks. Weighted balls, flying through the air at high speeds, along with a preponderance of heavy metal bats, could easily injure players and spectators. READ MORE >>

You might welcome multiple players with different skillsets to your sports camp. Some might have many years of experience, while others are new players or play casually. Regardless of skill level, you will still have to see to every participant's safety. This includes protecting them from injury. READ MORE >>

Sports clinics are not medical offices. They are practices for professionals and amateur players to work together on skills. There are a lot of opportunities for novices and experienced players to interact. Clinics often have a larger staff diversity than somewhere like a sporting goods store, for instance. READ MORE >>

Your booster club generally operates under the supervision of a school or board. However, it also maintains a significant degree of organizational autonomy. That could open the club up to significant risks and liabilities. Therefore, insurance coverage is a necessity for the club's protection. READ MORE >>

Sports don't stop just because the weather turns cold. In fact, many outdoor teams start practice during the late winter or early spring. During these times, there are still plenty cold temperatures around. There is also plenty of risk exposure that could cause players harm or injuries. READ MORE >>

PTOs or booster clubs often operate as sanctioned school entities. However, they are usually separate parties from the school administration. They occupy unique spaces within an educational institution. Still, PTO leaders often have a degree of pull over the direction of the organization and the school itself. READ MORE >>

No one can deny that sexual harassment and misconduct occur in social settings every day. When these incidents occur, they can prove devastating to victims and enterprises alike. One area of particular risk is within sporting organizations, such as youth leagues. What can you do to protect your team in  case a problem occurs? READ MORE >>

Intercollegiate teams represent both their university and the sporting interests of their players. The players, therefore both create and present liabilities. They run the risk of getting hurt in the process. If you are in charge of the team, what can you do in cases where your players get hurt? READ MORE >>

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