Some exciting changes are coming from WFTDA Insurance for 2019 coverage.
Currently insured with WFTDA Insurance: Starting December 1 Log in here to get coverage
New participants or not currently insured with WFTDA Insurance: Contact your league rep for instructions and information
Is your league interested in WFTDA Insurance? Email email@example.com for more information
The WFTDA is proud to offer insurance coverage to adult and junior flat and banked track leagues operating in North America. Non-North American leagues and skaters visiting the U.S. may also purchase WFTDA Insurance. Available coverage options include general liability, alcohol liability, Accident Medical (previously known as Personal Accident) insurance for North American residents competing abroad.
Participants and leagues electing this coverage must comply with the WFTDA Risk Management Guidelines and age requirements.
WFTDA Insurance coverage includes:
Personal Accident coverage:
$2,500 deductible for skaters with primary insurance
$7,500 deductible for skaters without primary insurance
The WFTDA strongly recommends that skaters also carry their own primary medical insurance. Accident Medical coverage (previously known as Personal Accident) through WFTDA Insurance is intended to supplement primary medical coverage, NOT replace it.
Accident Medical coverage is available at a cost of $75 per person for Member League, Apprentice League, and MRDA skaters; $80 for non-member league skaters; and $40 per person for juniors, annually. General liability coverage may be purchased for $300 for Member, Apprentice, and MRDA leagues; $250 for junior leagues; and $350 for non-member leagues. The paperwork is minimal and there are no other insurance fees—no sanction fees, no charter fees, no late fees, no transfer fees! Alcohol liability coverage is also available for an additional $300 fee. Leagues are provided with up to ten certificates of insurance at no cost. Additional certificates may be purchased for $5 per certificate.
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