GET UP TO $5,000 OF INDIVIDUAL ACCIDENT MEDICAL COVERAGE
WHAT IS MEDSAVER?
The MedSaver policy offers parents the ability to mitigate their financial exposure from medical bills incurred due to their child getting injured from participating in a covered youth sports activity. Let our policy cover your out-of-pocket medical expenses (up to $5,000) should your child be injured during a game or practice.
Rest assured that MedSaver has you covered should you incur unforeseen out-of-pocket medical expenses from your child’s sports injury during a covered activity.
A trip to the doctor or ER visit can cost you thousands of dollars. Many family health plans have large deductibles. Our policy helps cover these out-of-pocket medical expenses (up to $5,000).
Arch Insurance makes filing a claim easy and efficient. Representatives are available to assist you in answering claims and coverage related questions.
Once your claim has been submitted, you will be eligible to receive up to $5,000 for medical expenses. NOTE: These expenses must be incurred as a result of your child’s injury sustained during a covered sporting activity for which you bought a policy.
SUPPLEMENTAL INDIVIDUAL VOLUNTARY ACCIDENT MEDICAL COVERAGE FOR KIDS AGED 5-19 PARTICIPATING IN YOUTH SPORTS
why choose MEDSAVEr
Up to $5,000
Medical Bill Reimbursement
Covers Single Youth Sport
up to 52 Weeks
Covers Injury Sustained in Covered Practice or Game
FINANCIAL PEACE OF MIND
WHILE YOUR KIDS ARE PLAYING SPORTS
DID YOU KNOW?
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES ACCOUNT FOR AN ESTIMATED 2 MILLION INJURIES AND 500,000 DOCTOR VISITS AND 30,000 HOSPITALIZATIONS EACH YEAR
MORE THAN 3.5 MILLION KIDS UNDER THE AGE OF 14 RECEIVE MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR SPORTS INJURIES EACH YEAR
62% OF ORGANIZED SPORTS-RELATED INJURIES OCCUR DURING PRACTICE
MEDICAL COSTS FOR SPORTS INJURIES EMERGENCY ROOM VISITS EXCEED $935 MILLION EACH YEAR
1. JS Powell, KD Barber Foss, 1999. Injury patterns in selected high school sports: a review of the 1995-1997 seasons. J Athl Train. 34: 277-84.
2. Safe Kids USA Campaign Web site. 2009.
3. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) Estimates Query Builder. Available at https:// www.cpsc.gov/cgibin/NEISSQuery/home.aspx. Accessed June 24, 2014.
4. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS) Cost of Injury Reports. Available at: http://wisqars.cdc.gov:8080/costT/.