Sports and leisure insurance coverages

Posted by Kayla Eggert on Apr 20, 2022 8:30:00 AM

Businesses that provide sports and leisure activities can be found in most communities. These businesses include amusement centers, sports camps, batting cages, golf driving ranges, curling clubs, leagues and tournaments, skating rinks, swim clubs, and youth recreation activities. These organizations are vital assets to their communities, providing safe places for children and adults alike to enjoy activities and learn skills. These unique businesses face unique risks, and they require a specialized insurance policy. Luckily, West Bend can help! sports and leisure

Sports and leisure available coverages:

General liability

  • Employee benefits liability
  • Employment practices liability
  • Sports participant legal liability
  • Liability coverage for sponsored tournaments, special events, or social gatherings
  • Excess medical payments for injured sports participants

Property

  • Coverage for your building and personal property
  • Business interruption with extra expense

Auto

  • Owned autos
  • Hired and non-owned autos

Crime

  • Employee dishonesty
  • Theft and disappearance of money

Inland marine:

  • Coverage for sports equipment, uniforms, personal computers, and more

West Bend independent agents are experts at helping sports and leisure organizations decide which coverages they need. Our claims adjusters are also highly experienced in handling the unique claims that can arise, such as injuries to sports participants or employees. Find an experienced agent near you to ensure your business is adequately protected.

This article is intended for general educational and illustrative purposes only and should not be construed to communicate legal or professional advice. Further, this article is not an offer to sell insurance. Please consult with your licensed insurance agent for specific coverage details and your insurance eligibility. All policies are subject to the terms, conditions, limitations, definitions, and exclusions contained therein.

Topics: Insurance, Sports

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