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CC Sports Accident - SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS
 

Type of Coverage                                  Limits of Insurance

Type of Coverage 

Insured up to: 

Principal Amount: 

$50,000 

 

 

Fracture Indemnity Amount:  

$1,000 

Repatriation – any one Insured Person 

$5,000 

Dental Accident Reimbursement 

$10,000

Tuition Benefit - any one Insured Person 

$2,000 

Dentures, removable Teeth, Hearing Aids, Eyeglass and Contact Lenses 

$200 

Aggregate Limit Payable for any one Accident 

 

 

$1,000,000 

Emergency Transportation – any one Insured Person

$50 

 

                   …/ 

Family Transportation – any one Insured Person 

$2,500 

Weekly Income waiting period 30 days 

Medical Expense Reimbursement – any one Insured Person 

$15,000 

 

 

Prosthetic Appliances – any one Insured Person 

$3,000 

 

 

Rehabilitation – any one Insured Person 

$3,000 

 

 

Deductible: None 

 

 

 

 

 

1)      DEFINITIONS  

Accident:     

Happening due to external, violent, sudden, fortuitous causes beyond the member's control. This happening must occur while the insurance is in force. 

Injury:                    

Bodily injury suffered by a member caused directly by an accident as   described above independent of any sickness or other causes. 

Insured:               

Amember(s) who is participating in the sport named as a player, manager, coach, trainer, executive general member or official, volunteers, auxiliary workers and employees of one of the affiliated organizations of the Insured.



 

 

2)     NOTICE OF PROOF OF CLAIM  

In the event of a claim the claimant shall; 

a)            give written notice to Holman Insurance Brokers Ltd. or its representatives not later than 30 days from the date of such accident, and 

b)            furnish to Holman Insurance Brokers Ltd. or its representatives on forms provided, such proof of claim as is reasonably possible within 90 days from such date, and 

c)            Furnish a certificate as to the cause and nature of the accident for which the claim is made from a legally qualified Medical or Dental Practitioner, if so required by the Insurer.