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Wednesday, September 23, 2020 If you work for a sports league, then you are part of a unique organization. Not only are leagues exciting ways to provide your community with recreational opportunities, but they are also businesses. Therefore, your risk management plan will need to address both specialty liabilities related to sports and the standard liabilities that most businesses face. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 When you are running a K12 PE program, it is important to keep everyone involved safe, from the young participants and the instructors to the program itself. How Does Sports Insurance Work? As with other types of insurance policies, sports insurance is paid for through monthly premiums in exchange for coverage. READ MORE >>
Monday, September 30, 2019Sports can be dangerous for anyone. It’s not just players who might get hurt, but also coaches, volunteers or even spectators. In these cases, it might be up to the team to help cover the costs of the injured party’s medical bills—not to mention other potential recovery costs. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 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 >>
Friday, September 8, 2017Should a sports participant get hurt during play, they might need medical intervention. The injury may also impact the player’s ability to remain healthy or maintain employment. A participant injury could occur at any time of the play, including during practice. READ MORE >>
Monday, December 19, 2016Playing amateur sports is a long past-time in America. Many of us love to play our favorite sports. We enjoy the sportsmanship and physical endurance that they bring. However, most of us know that sports don’t come without risks. Injuries and damages to property can occur, no matter how innocent the cause. READ MORE >>