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Q&A – Combat Sports Insurance Cover
What am I covered for?
You are covered for income replacement when you suffer an injury playing football with your club and are temporarily totally disabled from performing your occupation
Do my rego fees with my club cover my wages in case I get injured?
Yes, it covers you for up to $250 per week.
How much does Sona Sports Insurance cover for my wages?
Sona Sports Insurance tops up your cover up to $1,000 per week.
When am I covered?
You’re covered whilst playing in official matches, training, pre-season and traveling to and from matches or training.
Do I need cover if I work in an office?
Yes, a lot of injuries will result in you temporarily been unable to return to work.
What is the excess period?
As per your rego fees Insurance, no benefit is payable for the 1st 14 days.
How much does it cost me?
$4.99 per week
How long am I covered for?
52 weeks from the day you take out the policy
How do I take out a policy?
Simply go online to www.sonasports.com.au
Are pre-existing conditions covered?
How do I make a claim?
Call us on 1300 477 662 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sona Sports – Combat Sports Insurance Cover
Top up cover to $1,000 per week
Only $4.99 per week (over 48 weeks)
365 Days cover
Claim up to 52 weeks in lost wages
14 day excess
Includes pre-season and training in addition to match days
Check out what our clients have to say
I found myself out of work for 6 weeks due to a football injury a little while back. I was tackled, fell down hard on my elbow and heard a loud snap. After my X-ray in hospital, it was confirmed that I had both dislocated and broke my elbow. I needed to have surgery, and with the nature of my injury I needed a longer recovery time to return to work as a chef. I lodged my claim straight away with Football Federation Australia, and was shocked to find out that I was only covered for $250 a week. It was a very stressful 6 weeks, and I would have definitely sought additional cover if I knew this previously. It’s worth it.Lee McGuinness