Sports Camps/Amateur Sports
Those risk managers who buy sports camps and amateur sports insurance, and the brokers and agents who help arrange sports camps and amateur sports insurance coverage, know that sports camps and amateur sports insurance world presents many special challenges. Parents want their children to stay active, but safe—which is why some of the biggest exposures in amateur sports and sports camps include serious matters like participant injury and sexual abuse. This special section dedicated to sports camps and amateur sports insurance will keep you informed about key trends with featured reports, interviews with experts, white papers, recommended resources and the latest news.
Head of the Line
Lori Windolf Crispo
Area President, RPS Bollinger
Concussion-related injuries and sexual molestation coverage “are still the two hot topics that sports organizations are wrestling with.”
Marketing Resources Manager, K&K Insurance Group Inc.
“The need for program-specific coverage developed for the unique needs of the sports and recreation industry is as great as ever.”
While kids stay busy being kids and recreational and league sports remain a mainstay of many insurers’ Excess & Surplus offerings, carriers are taking a closer look at growing exposures within certain youth sports.
Concussions in youth football and other contact sports and activities, including cheerleading and gymnastics, are a top concern for K&K Insurance Group Inc., says Lorena Hatfield, Marketing Resources Manager for this Aon subsidiary.