Insurance

Overview of Insurance

The primary component of the USASA Risk Management Program is the package of insurance coverage’s that is provided for the member players, leagues, State Associations and the National Organization.  This comprehensive plan with viable options is in place to protect all members of USASA including referees that work USASA sanctioned games.

The Participant Accident Insurance protects members and referees that participate and work USASA sanctioned matches.  This coverage includes medical and dental expenses occurred during USASA sanctioned activities.  The State Association can choose which coverage level they want for their members from:  no PAI coverage; a $5,000; $10,000 or $25,000 maximum benefit plan.

How to File a Claim

If you are looking for information about player accident insurance or wish to file a claim for an injury, this is the right place.

The insurance claims process has changed. All injury claims must now be entered online. This will improve the speed and accuracy of processing your injury claim.

Follow the LINK below to submit your claim and access any resources related to your player accident insurance coverage, including instructions and Frequently Asked Questions.

A new, streamlined online insurance claim form process is now available!

Key Benefits of the New Online Insurance Claim Form Process:

  1. User-Friendly Interface: The new form is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, making it easier for you to submit insurance claims online.
  2. Faster Processing: Our upgraded system allows for quicker processing of claims, ensuring that you promptly receive the assistance you need.
  3. Accessibility: You can now access the online claim form from anywhere with an internet connection, allowing you to submit claims at your convenience.

To get started with the new online claim form, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the USASA WEBSITE: https://www.usadultsoccer.com/page/show/949935-insurance 
  2. Look for the “Click Here to File a Claim” button.
  3. Complete the online form by providing the required information.
  4. Upload any necessary supporting documents.
  5. Review your submission and submit the claim.
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