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Why Liability Insurance?
Because no matter how careful you are, accidents happen. And, you can be sued by anyone who claims injury or damages resulting from your operations and activities. Even if you are eventually found to be blameless, litigation expenses could severely strain your resources. But liability insurance will defend you and pay for damages that may be awarded against you.
In short, liability insurance gives you peace of mind. In addition, since it protects all members of the association, volunteers who are concerned about their individual liability are more likely to offer their services.
- OFA has a special incident report form for all members to use in the event of an incident at an OFA sanctioned football event. Please use this form in the event of an incident (example, injured player, physical and non-physical altercations with a player, coach, volunteer, official or parent).
- The Incident Report form should be kept for your records. The form is an important step whether and claim is being submitted to the insurance company or not. This information is very important in the event that a claim should be taken to the courts.
Submitting a Claim:
Send the form into Ontario Football Alliance (must be mailed in) for review. OFA will forward all claims to the insurance company.
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1. Standard Claim Form & Declaration Form
Submitting a Claim: Please complete both of the forms when submitting a claim. OFA will fill out the Policy Number.
Standard Claim Form
2. Incident Report Form
Incident Report Form
*NOTE: This form is to be completed for ALL OCCURENCES whether there was injury or not. This includes but is not limited to, verbal and physical altercations, observer and/or player ejections, property damage, etc.
3. Certificate of Insurance Request Form
COI Request Form