Our exclusive Summer Hockey Insurance Program allows you to purchase and pay for your policy online and request your Certificate of Insurance instantly. No additional group membership fees or application fees apply
The annual policy begins on January 1 or your date of purchase (whichever occurs later) and provides coverage until December 31.
Why Liability Insurance is Important
Regardless of how much caution and care you take, incidents can and do happen. You can be sued by anyone who claims injury or damages resulting from your activities. Even if you are not at fault, you will need to be defended in court. Your liability policy will pay for this (subject to policy wording).
Individuals Covered by the Policy
All members of your organization are covered, including: players, executives, managers, coaches, trainers, officials, employees and volunteers while acting within the scope of their duties on your behalf.
Sanctioned or authorized awards banquets are covered. However Host Liquor Liability is not included but is available on request.
Tryouts, Practices and Up to 5 Tournaments in Canada. All Canadian teams traveling to the U.S. MUST purchase additional coverage.
U.S. and Out Of Country Players can play on Canadian teams but MUST purchase their own Medical/Accident Insurance.
Out of Country coverage available upon request.
Policy Summary (subject to policy wordings)
The policy will pay those sums that the insured becomes legally obligated to pay as compensatory damages because of bodily injury to or damage to property of others, such as spectators, passerby, property owners and others resulting from your operations. Limit - $5,000,000
- Premises, property and operations
- Products and completed operations
- Blanket contractual
- Personal injury (libel and slander)
- Cross liability
- Non-owned auto - $5,000,000
- Tenant™ legal liability - $250,000
- $2500 deductible applies to bodily injury, property damage and legal expenses
Sport Medical/Accident Insurance
Who Is Insured?
This policy will provide compensation for injury for players, managers, coaches and administrators during games, practices and team/club travel.
Policy Summary (subject to policy wordings)
Principal Sum - $10,000 (higher amounts are available) payable in the event of loss of life resulting from injury
Principal Sum (up to 200%) payable in the event of the loss of use of hands, arms or legs, quadriplegia, paraplegia or hemiplegia, loss of speech and/or hearing or dismemberment
Principal Sum (up to 100%) payable for the cost of prescription drugs, ambulance fees, hospital charges in excess of standard ward accommodation, licensed physiotherapist (including certified sports therapists), chiropractor's fees and private duty nurses (R.N.)
Dental Treatment - Up to $1,000 is payable for dental treatment resulting from injury to whole and sound teeth (including capped and crowned teeth)
Fracture Indemnity up to $1,000 is payable if a bone or bones are fractured (including chip and linear fractures)
Emergency Transportation up to $50 is payable for transportation from the scene of the accident to the nearest hospital or doctor's office following an injury other than by licensed ambulance.
Rehabilitation Indemnity up to $3,000 is payable to cover the cost of special occupational training if required as a result of a sports injury
Tutorial Fees* up to $2,000 is payable if coverage is required during post-accident confinement (*not including Quebec)
Permanent Total Disability Up to $10,000 is payable for a person between the ages of 18 and 70 who becomes totally disabled as a result of an accident which prevents him/her from engaging in an occupation or employment for compensation or profit
Dentures or Bridgework up to $200 is payable for repair or replacement of dentures or bridgework damaged as a result of a sports accident
Eyeglasses or Contact Lenses up to $100 is payable to purchase eyeglasses or contact lenses when neither or which were previously required or worn.
Special Treatment Transportation up to $150 per round trip (maximum of 5 round trips per policy term) and up to $50 per day (maximum 6 days per policy term) for hotel accommodation for a person who requires medical treatment and is referred by a physician to a medical specialist
Exclusions some exclusions apply to this policy. See policy wording for policy coverage, conditions and exclusions.
All costs, expenses or treatments must be incurred within 52 weeks of the date of the accident. All costs and expenses must be incurred in Canada.