The General Liability policy has been broadened to include the following coverage:
(a) Contractual Liability – Covers oral and written contracts or agreements relating to the conduct of USA volleyball’s business.
(b) Personal Injury and Advertising Injury Liability – Covers USA Volleyball’s legal obligations for injury to others arising from:
- False arrest, detention, imprisonment or malicious prosecution
- Libel, slander, defamation or violation of right of privacy and / or
- Wrongful entry or eviction or invasion of right of private occupancy
(c) Incidental Malpractice Liability – Covers USA Volleyball, Employees and Volunteers for legal liability arising out of rendering or failure to render certain professional health care services. It should be noted that this extension does not apply to physicians, medical doctors or nurses who provide health care services within the scope of their employment or volunteering by or on behalf of USA Volleyball.
(d) Host Liquor Liability – Covers against loss arising out of the giving or serving of alcoholic beverages at functions incidental to USA Volleyball’s normal operations.
(e) Premises Damage Legal Liability – $1,000,000 for property damage to premises insured that USA Volleyball rents from others, or premises temporarily occupied by the named insured. This coverage is excess insurance only over any part of any other insurance that provides coverage for property damage to said premises.
(f) Non-owned Watercraft (up to 26 feet) – Covers loss arising out of the use of a non-owned watercraft by USA Volleyball.
(g) Limited worldwide liability coverage for bodily injury, property damage, personal injury and advertising injury liability as long as suit is brought within the United States, its territories or Canada.
(h) Additional Persons Insured – Broadens the Named Insured to include any employees of USA Volleyball while acting within the scope of their duties.
(i) Extended Bodily Injury coverage provides coverage for loss resulting from intentional acts resulting in bodily injury if the use of reasonable force is used to protect persons or property.