USA Cycling Officials

Occurrence Reports
Post: Jun 26, 2013 by Tom Mahoney under category "Best Practices"
Every year we have to mention the reporting of occurrences several times to the officiating community. The good news is that many officials are doing an excellent job of getting occurrence reports to their rightful owners. We have noted that in many cases, and in the case of serious accidents, officials are doing a great job of faxing the reports and the waivers to Chubb, our insurance carrier listed on the report. However, please remember that if something is important enough to fax to Chubb, then it is equally important to fax that info to USA Cycling. You can send it to me or you can send it directly to your membership services representative, but we need to have it at the same time the insurance company gets it, otherwise they start hitting us up with lots of questions that we cannot answer. Thank you.
 Michael Sirott  commented on Jul 1 2013 @ 14:06:05
By "serious accident", does this mean any accident in which an insurance claim is likely to be filed?
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 Lisa Colvin  commented on Jan 31 2014 @ 00:41:11
In LAMBRA, I typically do all the occurrence reports. Over the last 7 years, I error on the side of caution and fill one out as I can not determine what a person might file on their insurance and seek reimbursement. The definition of "serious" varies from rider to rider so I ask if they want me to file a form. In the cases of the individual not able to state that to me (ie unconscious, helivac, etc), I always file the form. I also found out this year that when you call the Chubb number on the weekend, you are more than likely NOT to get a medical adjuster (twice I got a real estate adjuster for a helicaved cyclist). K&K insurance through their subsidiary Specialty Benefits, Inc https://s3.amazonaws.com/USACWeb/forms/AccidentalInsuranceClaimForm.pdf eventually handles the claim. With the new laws in healthcare, this is one that we might want to revisit.
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