- What do I need to do to become insured?
You need to register or re-register your TPA membership for the 2005 season to become insured.
- When does my insurance coverage begin?
Your insurance coverage begins immediately once your TPA membership payment is processed successfully and your TPA status becomes active as of Jan 1st 2005.
- When does my insurance coverage expire?
Your insurance coverage expires at 12:0l A.M. December 31st, 2005 which is the final day of your active status as a TPA member for your 2005 membership payment.
- What is covered and can you provide some examples?
Coverage included but not limited to:
The policy provides Comprehensive General Liability coverage for TPA "e;registered"e; members in the event that a participant or third party (or his/her estate) sues for negligence. Insurance provides coverage for Bodily Injury (See exclusions), Property Damage and legal representation with a maximum limit in the event that there is proof of negligence.
- What is not covered?
Coverage excluded but not limited to:
Coverage specifically excludes Molestation and abuse;
Excludes any loss, claim, suit or proceeding outside of Canada;
- What if I already have insurance at my club?
If a member has club insurance, the coverage in most cases would be restricted for the Club activities only. As indicated in point 5 above this policy will pick up any exposure while a member coach of Tennis Professionals Association is working anywhere in Canada.
- What if I'm teaching in another country, do I still get coverage?
NO, coverage is while teaching in Canada only.
- How do I make a claim?
TPA will provide the members with an Incident/Loss Report Form. The completed form will be faxed to the Insurance Broker's contact information on the form and will provide the Broker with General information, details of claim, witness information, police contact information, if any and Third Party information if applicable.
- Who do I contact if I need to make a claim?
As indicated in point 8 above the Incident/Loss Report Form is to be completed and an adjuster will contact the necessary parties.
- What should I do if a problem occurs and I think legal action could be in question?
If a member receives a writ or letter from a lawyer indicating claim proceedings might occur this is to be forwarded to the Insurance Broker.
The above information DOES NOT in and of itself provide complete information with respect to the insurance coverage applicable. This is subject to the terms and conditions which are set forth in the policy. It is intended only to provide basic details that are fully described in the insurance policy to be issued.
Questions about Tennis Professionals Association Liability Insurance should be sent to: