Dance Instructor Insurance Plan
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This insurance program has been specifically designed to meet the unique needs of a U.S.-based dance instructor directly supervising an individual or a group engaged in dance activities. (Review Complete Printable Paper Application)
Coverage is provided by a carrier rated A+ (Superior) by A.M. Best Company.
I agree that I have reviewed and acknowledge the General Fraud Statement and Electronic Disclosure and Consent. The email used during this application is the email I wish to use for all correspondence.
In the event that Sadler & Company determines that the applicant does not qualify for this program, has not accurately answered a question, or has tendered an invalid check or one with insufficient funds, all coverages will immediately be voided as of the effective date and notify all certificate holders.
Costs are fully earned and non-refundable once coverage begins.
I agree to the following:
Application for this plan may be made 01-01-2020 through 12-31-2020. After this date, new applications will be subject to changes in rates and coverages.
The submission of this enrollment form and/or the acceptance of payment does not guarantee coverage. Completion of this enrollment form confirms the individual's desire to obtain insurance coverage through the Sports, Leisure & Entertainment Risk Purchasing Group. Coverage begins on the date after the enrollment form is received and approved concurrent with the payment of the entire premium or, a later effective date can be requested.
The premium computation section must be completed as applicable. Please note that all rates are per instructor. Coverage applies for one or two full years from your effective date depending on which option of coverage you chose. For example: 1 Year Premium: 05/01/19 - 05/01/20 or 2 Year Premium: 05/01/19 - 05/01/21.
I understand that this coverage is for a U.S.-based dance instructor directly supervising an individual or a group engaged in dance activities. Eligible activities include:
- Acro Dance
- Belly Dancing
- Folk Dancing
- Hip Hop
- Tumbling (floor only, no gymnastics apparatus)
If I do own, operate or maintain a fitness, sports or dance facility, this coverage will not extend to the facility. I must purchase a general liability policy for the facility itself. Click Here to be redirected to our Health/Fitness Club Coverage or Dance Studio Coverage
Coverage will only be provided for the types of instruction listed on the application.
If applying as a certified instructor, a copy of the certification may be requested at any time.
I understand that the following are Ineligible Operations under this policy:
- Instructor under the age of 18
- Instructor's employment as an exempt or non-exempt employee of a school, university or college
Exclusions: Abuse, molestation, harassment or sexual conduct; Aircraft/hot air balloon; Airport; Amusement devices (the ownership, operation, maintenance or use of any mechanical or non-mechanical ride, slide or water slide, any inflatable recreational device, any bungee operation or equipment, any vertical device or equipment used for climbing-either permanently affixed or temporarily erected, or dunk tank. Amusement devices do not include any video or computer games or any device that is specifically designed for the training or instruction of the activity for which you are enrolled); Animals (injury or death to, or injury, death or property damage caused by any animal owned, rented or hired by you); Asbestos; Commercial general liability standard exclusions (CG0001 04/13 edition); Cryogenic chambers/therapy; Employment-related practices; Fireworks; Fitness/Exercise operations related, in whole or in part to performance as an exotic dancer or any similar occupation in the adult entertainment industry; Any adult-themed parties/meetings/trips, including but not limited to parties/meetings/trips during which demonstration of products and/or services used in the adult entertainment industry takes place; Fungi or bacteria; Haunted attractions; Instruction / activity being held on or in open water (e.g.: lakes, ponds, ocean); Cycling (other than stationary); Lead; Medical therapy or health care services; Nuclear energy liability; Operation, ownership or management of a fitness, dance or exercise facility; Performers; Physicals/stress testing; Physical therapy, massage or salon services; Rodeos; Saddle animals; Sale or distribution of medicinal, herbal and/or nutritional products; Snowmobile; Violation of statutes that govern e-mails, faxes, phone calls or other methods of sending materials or information. Those operations listed as ineligible: Instructors under the age of 18, Instructor's employment as an exempt or non-exempt employee of a school, university or college.
Coverage is provided by a carrier rated A+ (Superior) by A.M. Best Company.
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I understand that the insurance company, in determining whether to provide insurance coverage will rely on the information contained in this form and all other information being submitted. I hereby warrant, represent and confirm that, to the best of my knowledge, all information provided is complete, true and correct.
I am aware that the insurance company expects accurate reporting for my premium calculation, and should my figures exceed my estimates during the coverage term I will make arrangements to pay the additional premium. I understand that my books and records may be examined or audited by the insurance company at any time during the coverage period and up to three years afterwards. Intentional misrepresentation or misreporting may jeopardize coverage.
I further acknowledge that I have reviewed all information under the "print application" section of this website and understand the exclusions that apply, as well as the activities and operations for which coverage is not provided.
I understand that this online enrollment provides the option for the insured to select General Liability. However, we offer other types of insurance policies that are not available on this online enrollment such as Medical Expense, Workers' Compensation, Excess Liability, Property (building and contents), Equipment, Event Cancellation, Cyber Risk, Business Auto, Professional Liability, etc. If I am interested in a quote for these other types of policies, I will need to inform Sadler in writing, email@example.com.
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