All registered US players of the IQA will be covered while playing quidditch in IQA supervised and sponsored matches and events (at the scheduled time and scheduled site) in the United States and Canada for up to $25,000 of accident medical expense benefit. The dental limit is $250 per tooth. The deductible (the amount of covered expenses that must be paid by the individual before benefits will become payable) is $250, and the first expense must be incurred within 90 days of the incident. Additionally, these members will be covered for up to $10,000 per death or dismemberment (with an aggregate maximum of $250,000).
All registered non-US players of the IQA will be covered while playing quidditch in IQA supervised and sponsored matches and events (at the scheduled time and scheduled site) in the United States with the specifications found above.
Please note that this policy provides what is called “excess coverage,” which means that the IQA insurance will assist in covering costs that extend beyond what your individual health insurance plan can provide. Benefits will not be provided for pre-existing injuries or conditions or for injuries that result over time (blisters, tennis elbow, etc). Benefits will not be provided for any self-inflicted injury, for injuries obtained under the influence of drugs or alcohol, for a cardiovascular event resulting from exertion, or for injuries obtained while committing a felony.
We will be working with our developing national leagues to procure adequate insurance coverage in their respective countries.
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Membership Director Katie Stack at .