Very Important : Ultimately, the responsibility to ensure that adequate cover is in place lies with the individual member, commensurate with his/her specific needs.
To download the GAA Injury Scheme Effective Oct 1 2010 click on this link.
To download the GAA Injury Scheme Effective before Sep 2010 click on this link.
The GAA has operated an injury scheme in one way or another since 1929. Through a process of constant review and frequent improvement the Association continues to exercise concern for the welfare of members involved in our national games in various capacities
The mandatory scheme provides benefit to members playing the national games of Hurling, Gaelic Football, Handball and Rounders whose clubs are registered with the scheme and also to accredited club personnel performing designated duties in connection with the activities of Clubs registered in the Scheme.
The Injury Scheme is funded entirely from Club and GAA funds with no outside (e.g. insurance) involvement. There is no legal obligation on the GAA to provide such a Scheme. Risk is an inherent factor in sport, as in life. When members voluntarily take part in Club Activities, they accept the risks that such participation may bring. Legal representation is not required and there is strictly no Legal Expenses Cover amongst the benefits provided.
The Injury Scheme does not seek to compensate fully for injury but to supplement other Schemes such as Personal Accident or Health Insurance. The Scheme only provides cover for unrecoverable losses up to the limit specified under the scheme
To Download a copy of the 2010 brochure click on the link at the bottom of the page.
To Download a claim form click on the link at the bottom of the page.
Please note that these are a number of changes to the scheme from 01 Mar 2010 these include:
• Increase in Excess for claims to €100.
• Removal of non-operation related Physio provision.
If you have any questions please contact anyone on the committee.
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