Peace of Mind. Confidence on the Slopes.
Spot can pay your medical bills up to $25,000, with $0 deductible, each time you’re hurt skiing or snowboarding at Swain Resort. Spot’s policy costs $50.00 for the season, works whether you have health insurance or not, and coordinates with any existing insurance plans you may have. Hit the slopes with peace of mind—Spot’s got your back!
All about Spot
Who is covered?
All registered, ski or snowboard participants of Swain Resort’s voluntary season pass program.
What is covered?
Skiing and snowboarding activities.
When are you covered?
Anytime you are using an eligible Swain Resort season pass.
Where are you covered?
Within bounds at Swain Resort.
YOUR POLICY INCLUDES
Accident Medical Expense Coverage
Accidental Death or Dismemberment Coverage
If you get injured
GO TO THE DOCTOR AND GET TREATED
If you have an accident, focus on your injury first and get the treatment you need. Go to any licensed physician, hospital, ER, or urgent care clinic that is convenient to you. Whatever your physician recommends as treatment should be covered, whether that’s diagnostic tests, scans, surgery, specialist visits, prescriptions, procedures, hospital stays, ambulance or air ambulance rides, physical therapy, and more.
Filing a claim
IT ONLY TAKES MINUTES
Filing a claim with Spot is simple, really. Make sure to save your bills, receipts, and documents provided by your health insurance company (if you have one). First you’ll report your accident and the injuries you sustained. Then you’ll file a claim by telling us about any medical expenses you have incurred as a result of the injury.
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Coverage is underwritten and claims are serviced by Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company and facilitated by Spot. Coverage is subject to the terms, conditions, and exclusions of the policy
What medical costs are covered under Spot?
Is Spot health insurance?
How does the $25,000 coverage amount work?