The primary component of the USASA Risk Management Program is the package of insurance coverage that is provided for the member players, leagues, state associations, and national organizations.
The general liability protects members and USASA in the event they are sued for incidents involving bodily injury or property damage resulting from an amateur soccer activity. All members are provided this coverage upon registration with USASA. Note-USSF certified referees are covered under the USSF plan for liability losses.
Participant Accident Insurance is a secondary insurance policy that protects players participating in USASA-sanctioned practices and matches. This coverage includes medical and dental expenses that occurred during USASA-sanctioned activities. Leagues can choose which coverage level they want for their members: no PAI coverage, a $5,000 or $25,000 maximum benefit plan.
These high-limit policies provide excellent protection to the organization and go a long way to reducing out–of–pocket loss by USASA members. Please visit our links to the coverage’s pages for more information.