4 Things to Avoid When Choosing a Martial Arts Insurance Company

Martial Arts Insurance

Are you on the process of choosing an insurance company for your Martial Arts professional protection coverage? Teaching Martial Arts is a fulfilling career, but also requires responsibility on the part of the instructor. If you want to make sure you and your students taking Martial Arts classes are protected when an unpredictable accident occurs, avoid at all costs the following 4 things:

  1. Overlooking the real needs of your profession

Yes, this is definitely one of the things that you need to avoid when looking for a potential insurance company who will handle your Martial Arts Insurance needs, don’t overlook the real needs of your profession in terms of protection coverage for all types of liability. I highly recommend that you don’t commit to any insurer you just meet and instead take time to evaluate the various insurance packages they are offering.

  1. Falling in love with the selling tactics of their insurance representative

Most insurance companies have insurance representatives on call to entertain potential clients who wish to buy a Martial Arts Insurance policy. I hope you don’t commit the common mistake that other clients did when talking to the insurance representative, falling in love with the selling tactics of this employee. If you feel during the initial meeting with the insurance company’s representative that he or she is being too pushy to close the deal, I recommend you gather your senses and make a retreat. Request some time to review the offer before making a final decision.

  1. Not coming prepared for the one-on-one meeting

As a prospective client of a Martial Arts Insurance policy, it’s your right to ask the right questions in order to help you make a wise choice. I advise you avoid at all costs, not coming prepared for the one-on-one meeting with your insurer. Before you head into that meeting make sure you have a list of relevant questions that you want to ask:

  • How much is the cost of my Martial Arts insurance policy?

  • Is there a representative who will handle my insurance policy and future claims?

  • Are there other fees inclusive with my monthly insurance premium?

  • What happens if I decide to withdraw my insurance policy?

  • Do I need to pay fees for missed payments?

  1. Forgetting to do research on the insurer’s profile

Even if you are in a hurry to buy a Martial Arts Insurance policy, never make the excuse of forgetting to do research on your prospective insurer’s profile. Use your spare time wisely to investigate the history of your chosen insurer. Check what other insured clients have to say about this particular insurer. If there are many neglected insurance claims still waiting for processing, better move forward to your next prospective insurance company. You can also visit forum communities where the topics of discussions revolve around the overall performance of insurers in the industry.

Don’t gamble your chances when it comes to your Martial Arts Insurance policy. Know the insurer to whom you will entrust your money and career as a Martial Arts instructor. By calling Gym Insurance HQ you will be dealing with a team of friendly, experienced insurance brokers who will work hard to get you the best Martial Arts Insurance that suits your needs and budget. Call our office on 1300 815 344 or you can go online and request a quote and we will call you back.