InjuryClaim Injury Claims

      Insurance coverage is a basic benefit each player receives as a member of Cal North in addition to comprehensive health & safety protocols and procedures that ensure the well being of each child. If your child is injured in a Cal North sanctioned league or tournament, they may qualify for medical coverage.

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      Injury Claim FAQ's

      Below are some of the frequently asked questions regarding the Injury Claim process.

      My child was injured playing soccer, what do I do?

      The first thing you need to do is complete the Injury Claim form (button). This in an online
      link that you will complete by answering some questions so it can be determined if your child is
      eligible for coverage.

      What qualifies my child as “Eligible”?

      Your child must have incurred their injury as a properly registered and participating soccer
      player on a team that is registered with a league that is currently affiliated with California Youth
      Soccer Association-North (Cal North). This will be determined from the information you have
      entered in the Claim Information Form.

      Once your child is deemed eligible, you will receive an email response that will direct you to
      complete a form for our Insurance carrier that will ask you specific information regarding the
      players team, where and how the incident occurred, and specifics of the injury. If your child is
      deemed ineligible, it is likely they play for a competitor and we recommend contacting their

      How long will this process take?

      Once the player is deemed eligible and the Insurance Claim to the carrier has been filed, you
      will hear from the insurance carrier directly. They will instruct you on what they need for you
      to submit in order to get claims processed and paid. This process can move quickly as long as
      you respond to any inquiries from either the Cal North office or Insurance carrier.


      Below are the four requirements each club staff, coach or administrator must fulfill in order to be cleared to participate with us.

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      The U.S. Soccer's introductory course on preventing, recognizing and responding to emergency situations. The e-learning module will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
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      Report to the US Center for SafeSport online or by dialing (720) 531-0340.
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      Back ground Check
      A background check is a process a person or company uses to verify that an individual is who they claim to be, and this provides an opportunity to check and confirm the validity of someone's criminal record, education, employment history, and other activities from their past.
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