Florida Health Insurance Definitions

Florida Health Insurance Terms:
"Hazardous Activities"

What are Hazardous Activities?":

An insurance policy provision that guarantees an insurance policy will continue in force provided the policy premiums are paid on time. An insurance company can typically only cancel a guaranteed renewable insurance policy for non-payment of premium.

If you plan to add a little excitement to your next holiday which includes either sport or a hazardous activity, a standard travel insurance policy is unlikely to cover you in the event of an accident. However, before you decide to purchase a new policy, check your existing policy details as you may be covered.

A standard travel insurance policy is likely to cover at no extra cost the following sports and activities:-

Archery, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, 3 Bungee Jumps, Canoeing, Cricket, Cycling, Golf, Jogging, Marathons, Netball, Orienteering, Parascending (over water), Rambling, Roller Blading (Inline Skating / Skate Boarding), Running (both Sprint & Long Distance), Safari, Scuba Diving (qualified, max depth 30m) under 14 days, Snorkelling, Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Trekking (under 2,000m), Triathlons, Volleyball, Water Polo, Water Skiing, White/Black Water Rafting (Grades 1 - 4), Windsurfing and Yachting (both racing and crewing) inside territorial waters.

More info on hazardous activities: Hazardous Activities


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