Online now: 0 members ; 67 anonymous
Discussion: Insurance Teams/Players
|Dec. 9, 2005|
Hi, Any one out there in softball land with some suggestions for proper insurance for teams and players and field owners...checked on ASA site, would like to find others if there are any thanks, Mozy please reply here.
|Dec. 12, 2007|
|This has been a topic of conversation here in San Diego. The company/agent promoted by SS-USA offers very good rates. However, as we could never get a copy of the policy offered for sale (for us to read), we opted to stay with our league's current supplier (Bollinger).|
|Dec. 13, 2007|
|Try this out :|
Filice Ins Agency
Dalton Brown (I figure he is an agent)
located in GA
|March 31, 2009|
|Hi, I am a wife of a player and might be able to help you as I am a licensed insurance agent. If you want to email me we can talk about the details, pre-existing conditions, etc. You have options as you currently have insurance. My email address is (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
In addition to health insurance, I would highly recommend ball players purchase an accident plan which is very affordable. $18 for individual and $36 for two parent family a month.
If anyone has any questions, please email me.
|April 1, 2009|
|I play on a team in the National League of the Cherokee Senior Softball Assoc. We voted in the use of senior bats this year but the park where we play is using ASA rules. In order for us to use the 1.20 bpf bats we had to procure insurance that would cover players and anyone else involved. We checked a couple of sources and went with SSUSA, dealing with Steve Simmons.|
|April 7, 2009|
|Yvonne, I play for Scrap Iron in Colorado. I would like to know more about a policy because I play hard. Could you please follow up.|
to reply or add to a discussion or post your own message and start a new discussion. If you don't have a message board account, please register for a free nickname
. It will only take a moment.