Injury insurance for parkour
Whether you're competing in World Chase Tag, parkour competitions, or just training outside and in gyms, you're covered. A Spot policy can cover your out-of-pocket medical bills. Coverage works whether you have health insurance or not, and coordinates with any existing health plan you may have.
Your Policy Includes:
Accident Medical Expense Coverage
Accidental Death or Dismemberment
Who is covered?
If you purchased additional coverage from Spot as an add-on to your Pro Membership at checkout, you’re covered.
What is covered?
You’re covered for accidental injuries during parkour and World Chase Tag events. Coverage includes up to $25,000 for medical expenses per injury, with $0 deductible.
When are you covered?
Whether you're competing in World Chase Tag, parkour competitions, or just training outside and in gyms, you're covered for a full year starting the day you signed up for your membership.
*Heads up! Pro PK Anywhere Coverage does not include USPK-sponsored or supervised events. Participants in those events will have mandatory event insurance coverage via a separate agreement with Spot Insurance.
Where are you covered?
How Injury Insurance Works
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 online
We're here to help
Getting injured sucks, but dealing with your insurance shouldn’t. When you’re injured with Spot, a dedicated team member will be by your side every step of the way. Our goal is to simplify the experience so we can resolve your claim as quickly as possible. Besides, you have more important things to focus on, like recovery!
See a full list of FAQs here.
What medical costs are covered under Spot?
What if I have to submit a claim?
Is Spot health insurance?
What is excluded in my policy?