What is Covered?
V-Insurance has worked closely with Basketball Australia and each Basketball State/Territory Association to design this insurance program for its members. This insurance cover applies when members and other insured persons/entities are involved in activities that are sanctioned by each Basketball State Association.
These activities include competition, training, social functions, committee meetings, fundraising activities and travel to and from these activities.
This program incorporates six covers;
- Personal Accident
- Public & Products Liability
- Professional Indemnity
- Group Travel
- Management Liability (Directors & Officers Liability)
- Cyber Liability
Download a copy our Summary of Cover brochure for your State below:
This insurance has been arranged on a Group basis and does not automatically cover every insurance exposure for members, associations and clubs.
The following classes of insurance are not automatically covered under this program:
- Machinery Breakdown / Electronic Equipment / Deterioration of Stock
- Property & Equipment
- Fire, Perils, Money, Glass, Business Interruption
- Deterioration of stock
- Compulsory Third Party Motor Vehicle
- Motor Vehicle
- Workers’ Compensation
- Cyber Liability
Please contact V-Insurance Group if you require any assistance with these insurance products.
V-Insurance Group Pty Ltd
Level 25, Angel Place 123 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 8599 8660
Fax: (02) 8599 8661
Email: [email protected]
V-Insurance has arranged the Personal Accident insurance program on a group basis without taking into account individual circumstances. This policy provides benefits to members of Basketball Australia’s states and Territories, who through injury or accident, incur financial loss and who would otherwise not have received assistance. The program seeks to provide benefits to those most exposed and to maintain protection at the lowest possible cost to membership. It therefore cannot provide 100% cover of a benefit for every loss that occurs. Federal Government Legislation prevents insurance companies from paying any insurance benefit for a medical service that is covered by Medicare. This legislation also applies to the Medicare gap. In addition to this Personal Accident insurance all members are encouraged to consider taking out Private Health insurance, Income Protection Insurance and Life insurance if their individual circumstances require it.