Intercollegiate/Collegiate Sports – Accident Medical Insurance

National Specialty Programs

College athletes train hard and play hard. Their willingness to give their all on the field can result in injury. Alive Risk, a division of All Risks, understands intercollegiate/collegiate sports and the importance of protecting athletes. We provide Intercollegiate Sports and College Athlete insurance, including coaches, trainers and invited guests. Contact our intercollegiate sports and college athlete insurance specialists today to learn more about coverage options!

Program Highlights

  • Individual risk underwriters with true industry knowledge
  • AM Best “A” rated insurance carriers
  • Plans that meet NCAA, NJCAA and NAIA requirements

 

States

  • Nationwide
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Customized benefits for athletes, coaches, trainers and invited guests of:

  • College sports programs
  • University sports programs
  • Community college sports programs
  • Junior college sports programs
  • Repetitive Motion Injuries
  • Pre-Existing Conditions
  • Expanded Medical
  • HMO/PPO Denial
  • Heart Circulatory
  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment
  • Mandatory Cat Med
  • Uninsured Athlete

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Specialty Program Guide

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Ryan Specialty Group and All Risks Finalize Merger

Ryan Specialty Group, LLC (RSG) and All Risks are pleased to announce the completion of the transaction to merge the two firms into Ryan Specialty Group. RSG is an insurance specialist providing services in wholesale brokerage and delegated underwriting authority in the form of binding authorities, programs and managing general underwriting companies. The combination of All Risks and RSG, with roughly 3,300 employees and 70+ offices across the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe, is projected to handle nearly $15 Billion in premium during 2020. Read more.

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