Safety Policies, Forms, & Insurance
As the owner of the vehicle owner you must file the claim through your own insurance company to immediately rectify the damage or utility of the car. Wind, rain, and other natural occurrences are considered by insurance companies to be “Acts of God.” These types of occurrences are not “at fault” coverage’s where a company is negligent or legally liable.
General Liability – provides coverage for the organization, its directors, officers, field owners, employees and volunteers for injuries or damages the organization had become legally obligated to pay, including applicable legal costs for defense.
General Liability Claims
To file a claim or seek liability coverage, contact the Risk Management/Insurance Department at the AYSO National Office, 1-800-872-2976, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Be prepared to provide supporting documentation and the completed AYSO Incident Report Form (see Incident Reporting Chapter).
Certificates of Insurance
Agreements for permission to use fields or facilities, whether or not a fee is charged, often require proof of insurance coverage or a Certificate of Insurance.
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