Neal Kostanski (usabtp4u@IBMMAIL.COM)
Mon, 27 Dec 1993 13:05:36 EST
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From: Neal Kostanski
Software Engineering Support Services - D108630
Hi, I am the treasurer for a Cub Scout pack in Columbus Ohio. Last weeks
note about insurance really raised my curiosity. So today I went to the
district Scouting office to inquire about insurance at different levels.
What I found out is there are two types of insurance. The first one is
the unit medical policy which is set up by each pack or troop at
re-chartering time. This is a secondary policy and only become primary
if no primary exists for the youth member or adult leader. This has a
maximum of $6000 in medical and $14,000 total benefits.
The other policy is comprehensive general liability insurance coverage
for $15,000,000. This covers bodily injury and property damage for all
Scouting professionals and employees, Scouting units, chartered
organizations, and volunteer Scouters. This is from a memo I picked up
at the district office and is for 1994. What the 1993 coverage has in it
I could not find out because everyone was at lunch.
Thanks once again for posting the problems that has arisen from the
tragedy of one of the Scouts.
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