Sports / Athletic Insurance
Welcome to the Sports Athletic Insurance Center! Here, we will help you with any questions you have about your school’s Intercollegiate Sports Coverage and provide you with the information you need to file your claim. We’re always here to help make the claim process easier & faster for you!
2010 - 2011 School Year
As soon as the injury occurs, contact the athletic training staff. They need to document the injury and notify us with the injury details. This is one step towards a speedy turn-around time on your claim.
If you would like to review your Intercollegiate Sports benefits, please download a copy of your policy.
Don’t know what doctor or hospital to visit? Your plan does not require the use of a Preferred Provider (the Physicians, Hospitals and other health care providers who have contracted to provide specific medical care at negotiated prices), but using one may reduce your out-of-pocket expenses. To find a Participating Preferred Provider, please click here
Don’t know what to do to submit a claim? Download the “How to Submit a Sports Claim form! This gives you detailed information on what you should do to submit a claim or to get reimbursed for a claim that you paid out of pocket. There is also a list of forms describing what each form can help you with and what you should do before and after you visit a provider.
What does my provider need to know? Your provider will need to know where to send your claim, the phone number to call for benefits and to verify coverage, how they can submit your claim and what they should include. The Claim Submission Information Form will answer these questions. Please make sure to take this form with you when visiting your provider, as it supplies your provider with accurate instructions on how to submit the claim on your behalf. You can also take a temporary ID Card to show your provider at your visit. If you do not have one, you can get one from your Athletic Department
If you would like someone from your Athletic Department or a parent to assist you with filing your claim and to be able to discuss details of your claim with our claim department, you will need to complete and sign a PRA (Personal Representative Appointment) Form. The Specific Case Authorization Form gives us permission to discuss only one specific medical condition with your Personal Representative, as you would specify on the form.
If you would like someone from your Athletic Department or a parent to assist you with filing your claim and to be able to discuss details of your claim with our claim department, you will need to complete and sign a PRA (Personal Representative Appointment) Form. The Yearly Authorization Form gives us permission to discuss any and all medical conditions with your Personal Representative, throughout the school year. This form is filled out once and is good for every injury for the entire school year.
If you don’t see what you are looking for or would like to talk to a live representative, please visit our Customer Service Center and it would be our pleasure to assist you!