Professional Liability Insurance in Sport

Professional Liability Insurance in Sport

Professional Liability Insurance in Sport William Hulse ACII Managing Director Graybrook Insurance Brokers Ltd MLACP Conference - 13th November 2015 PLI Overview

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Special Exclusion Professional Footballers Underwriters shall not be liable for any Claim which is notified on or after 1 July 2015, or for any related Defence Costs, directly or indirectly caused by or arising out of or in any way connected with Medical Services to a Professional Footballer and provided by (a) any Insured who is contracted to or otherwise working for a Defined Club (as full-time or part-time employee, independent contractor or consultant or in any other capacity) or (b) any Insured who otherwise promotes their Medical Services to a Defined Club or a Professional Footballer.

This Exclusion shall also apply to any Insured engaged by any other football club or team which is not a Defined Club relating to Medical Services provided to any Professional Footballer on loan from a Defined Club. This Exclusion shall not apply to Medical Services provided by any Insured prior to 1 July 2015 if on this date the Insured is no longer contracted to or otherwise employed by or promotes their Medical Services to a Defined Club or a Professional Footballer. This Exclusion shall not apply to Disability football teams or Good Samaritan Acts.

Special Exclusion Professional Footballers Definitions Professional Footballer: (A) Any male football player who is not less than 16 years old and whose part-time or full-time earnings, whether direct or indirect, are derived from playing football for or in connection with any football team or club and (B) Who plays football for or in connection with any Defined Club. This definition includes:

a. First team players or reserve players and any junior team players, trialists and academy players b. Players on loan to a Defined Club c. Players on loan from a Defined Club to any football team or club (whether a Defined Club or not) d. Any other football player employed by or apprenticed or otherwise contracted to or engaged by or playing under the patronage of or otherwise in association with a Defined Club including for the avoidance of doubt branded soccer schools or

(C) Any Professional Footballer when selected (and only in and to the extent of their capacity as) a squad member or player for any national or international football team of any country including but not limited to participation in competitive or friendly matches at senior or junior level (age related or otherwise), training regimes or any other official activity relating to their national or international duties. Special Exclusion Professional Footballers

Definitions Defined Club: Any national or international professional Association football team or any football club playing in any of the top two professional football divisions of England (currently known as the English Premiership and Championship Divisions, Scotland (currently known as the Scottish Premiership and Championship Divisions), Republic of Ireland or any other country (other than clubs playing in the football leagues of Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man).

Top Tiers Division:- for these purposes a football club which is promoted to one of such Top Tiers Divisions shall be deemed to be a Defined Club with effect from 00:01 am on the date of the first official league game of the relevant Top Tiers Division following the clubs promotion and a Defined Club that is relegated out of a Top Tiers Division, shall cease to be a Defined Club at 00:01 am on the day of the first league game in the division to which the club has been relegated. PLI Overview

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