Welcome to the Great Kills Little League Registration System! Before we start you must read and agree to all the terms and documentation within this system. Also, only previously registered players will be able to register. New applicants need to contact the little league for more information.
The next three pages are important terms and rules of the little league. We highly suggest you print this information for your own records or it is easily viewable at any time on the Great Kills Little League website at any time. Please read the entire document below and click the link at the bottom of the screen.
Dear Parents of the Registered Participants,
WARNING: Protective equipment cannot prevent all injuries a player might receive while participating in Baseball/Softball.
What Parents Should Know About Little League Insurance
The CNA Little League Insurance program is designed to afford protection to all participants at the most economical cost to the local league. It can be used to supplement other insurance carried under a family policy or insurance provided by parent’s employer. If there is no other coverage, CNA Little League Insurance – which is purchased by the league, not the parent – takes over and provides benefits, after a $100 deductible per claim for all covered injury treatment costs, except for the Travel Sickness Benefit, up to the maximum state benefits. This plan makes it possible to offer exceptional, low-cost protection with assurance to parents that adequate coverage is in force at all times during the season. If your child sustains a covered injury while taking part in Little League Baseball or Softball, here is how the insurance works:
- File an accident report immediately even if you don't feel the injury is severe; things can show up later even the next day" (forms available in the concession stand).
- Should your family insurance plan not fully cover the injury treatment, the Little League CNA Insurance policy will help pay the difference, after a $100 deductible per claim, except for the Travel Sickness Benefit, up to the maximum stated benefit. This includes any deductibles or exclusions in your own insurance.
- If your child is not covered by any family insurance, the Little League Insurance Policy becomes primary and will provide benefits for all covered injury treatment costs within Reasonable & Customary (R&C) guidelines of CNA, after a $100 deductible per claim, except for the Travel Sickness Benefit, up to the maximum benefit of the policy.
- Treatment of dental injuries can extend beyond the normal 52-week period if dental work must be delayed due to physiological changes of a growing child. Benefits will be paid at the time treatment is given, even though it may be some years later. Maximum benefit dollars are $1,500 for eligible dental treatment after the normal 52-week period subject to the $100 per claim deductible.
- Deferred Dental Treatment for Claims or Injuries Occurring in 2008: If the insured incurs injury to sound, natural teeth and necessary treatment for that injury must be postponed to a date more than 52 weeks after the date of the injury due to, but not limited to, the physiological changes occurring to an insured who is a growing child, we will pay the lesser of the maximum benefit of $1,500 or the reasonable expense incurred for the deferred dental treatment. Reasonable expenses incurred for deferred dental treatment are only covered if they are incurred on or before the insured’s 23rd birthday.
We hope this brief summary has been helpful in providing you a better understanding of an important aspect of the operation of the Little League endorsed insurance program.
May the spring season bring you great fun and continue to deliver a rewarding learning experience for you, your children and our local community.
*NEW MEMBERS CANNOT REGISTER THROUGH THIS ONLINE SYSTEM*
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