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INJURY INSURANCE FOR PICKLEBALL

INSTADINK has teamed up with Spot to offer members injury insurance specifically designed for you. Coverage includes up to $25,000 for out-of-pocket medical bills each time you get hurt while playing pickleball.

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Log in to your Spot account to view your policy information and start the claims process if you get hurt. You can start a new claim from your Spot account by clicking the "I GOT HURT" button.

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File a claim

Answer a few questions about the accident, like where and when it happened – if you have a picture of the pickleball court, even better! Be as thorough and detailed as possible. The less information the claims team has to hunt down, the quicker you will be able to move through. Once you submit the claim, you will be assigned a personal claims representative. Think of them as your partner through this to determine the best path forward for your medical and financial situation.

Upload your bills

Unless it’s a cut-and-dry injury, you will likely get bills in the mail over time from each provider and facility that was involved in your care. As you receive them, take a picture on your phone and upload them to your account. Your case will remain open until you’ve received all your bills. Each injury and treatment plan is unique, so there is not a one-size-fits-all solution to all claims. Getting one $500 bill for some stitches is much different than requiring an $18,000 surgery.

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Get paid

Your claims representative will work with you on the best path forward for your medical and financial situation. This means they will reimburse you by check or pay your providers directly. As a team of real humans with families (as opposed to bots and algorithms), we can assure you that we are not in the business of denying claims. As long as everything checks out, we’ll make sure you’re taken care of.

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FAQs

What medical costs are covered under Spot?

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How does the $25,000 coverage amount work?

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