Search Results for "medical claim"

Secondary Medical Insurance

Process:

The online medical claim is required to be submitted by the Club Administrator who was present at the time of the accident. No other person(s) are authorized to initiate a claim form. If someone other than the Club Administrator submits the claim, it will be denied.

Contact Keli Bitow at KeliB@washingtonyouthsoccer.org with any questions or concerns you may have regarding the online claims submission process.

**Please note that there is a $500 deductible.

Regardless of when the accident occurred, the parent will be required to provide the following information to the Club Administrator:

  • Injured player’s first and last name
  • Date of injury
  • Injured player’s address
  • Detailed explanation of sustained injury
  • Injured player’s date of birth
  • Club/team name
  • Type of injury (concussion, muscular, etc.)
  • Event type
  • Parent’s first and last name
  • Name of facility/field
  • Parent’s contact information (phone & email)
  • Location of facility/field

IF THE ACCIDENT OCCURRED ON OR AFTER 9/1/19: 

Step 1:
Athlete’s parent or legal guardian must fill out and sign the Participant Accident Claim Form and email to Club Administrator, along with itemized medical provider bills and an explanation of benefits (EOB) from their primary insurance carrier.

Step 2:
Club Administrator signs the claim form as the Special Risk Organization.

Step 3:
Club Administrator emails the claim form, itemized medical provider bills, and explanation of benefits (EOB) to wysa@agadm.com.

Step 4:
Once approved, the parent will receive an email from A-G Administrators on how to proceed with their claim.

Parents can communicate with A-G Administrators directly once the claim is submitted and approved.

A-G Administrators, Inc.
Claims Department
P.O. Box 979
Valley Forge, PA 19482

(610) 933-0800 (Phone)
(800) 634-8628 (Toll-Free)

IF THE ACCIDENT OCCURRED ON OR BEFORE 8/31/19: 

Step 1

After the Club Administrator completes the form at the link below, a Confirmation of Submission email from Pullen Insurance will be sent to the injured person’s parent. The email address the confirmation will come from is pullenins@pullenins.com, so please check your spam filters if you have not received notice within 1 week.

To complete the Online Medical Claim Form please click on the following link: two.pullenins.com/WAS/WASOverview.asp.
 
Step 2
Once approved, the parent will receive an email with the claim form as a PDF attachment. The parent(s) will need to send the claim form to the insurer, with the itemized medical provider bills and explanation of benefits (EOB) from the claimant’s primary insurance carrier.

LATEST RETURN TO PLAY UPDATES

Update 8/3/20, 3:30 PM

Thanks to our continued cooperation with, and support from, Governor Jay Inslee’s office, Washington Youth Soccer has received clarification that our latest Return to Play guidelines are current and approved for use. This includes the latest changes to Phase 3 counties; the change from groups of 50 to 10 does not apply to youth soccer at this time. In Phase 3, soccer teams can play games if all other guidelines and procedures are followed. The governor’s office reinforced that outdoor activity that strictly follows state and other safety guidelines is always the best option.

The governor’s office provided no updates for us beyond what has been announced and addressed by WYS already, but they praised our organization’s leadership on this topic and are pleased with the guidelines we have released thus far. It’s also worth recognizing that they don’t see all youth sports as equal in terms of returning to play in the different phases of reopening. While other sports may see tighter or looser restrictions or guidelines, what WYS has provided is considered the best for youth soccer in consultation with our medical expert, Dr. Jonathan Drezner.

As we’ve mentioned before in our Return to Play updates, things are constantly changing at a local, state, national, and global level. The governor’s office, as well as state and county public health officials, continue to monitor the pandemic closely, following all data and metrics to determine next steps. We at WYS are doing our best to acknowledge, clarify, and communicate all changes and updates with any relevance to youth soccer in Washington.

Update 7/31/20, 2:00 PM

Phase 2 – Goalkeeper Group Practice.

In phase 2, goalkeepers can practice in groups of five (5) and must continue to follow all the other phase 2 guidelines.

Additionally, goalkeepers must disinfect/sanitize their gloves before and after practice sessions. Goalkeepers should not spit on their gloves.

Only coach supplied soccer balls to be used for the practice, and these soccer balls and equipment need to be disinfected before and after each group practice.

 

Update 7/30/20, 4:30 PM

This is a letter sent to our member associations regarding the current outlook for fall soccer in Washington. 

Washington Youth Soccer’s Recommended Steps for Fall Soccer

We recognize and appreciate all the hard work by our members during this time, and sympathize with the uncertainties, the questions, and the needs that many of you have. As we continue to navigate these uncharted waters, we have a few steps that we recommend our members take right now.

  • Keep registration OPEN for the fall season. Until we know in certain terms what the season will look like, we want to operate as if a fall season is in the cards for all levels of youth soccer in our state.
  • Continue clearing RMAs in your organization. This is one of the most important steps you can take to be ready to go at a moment’s notice if a fall season is to go forward. We want all coaches and administrators to be fully cleared and approved as soon as possible.
  • Keep training your coaches. Coaching education might look a little different now with virtual learning and other changes from the norm, but we are working hard to make as much coaching education as possible available.
  • Recruit volunteers wherever you have need in your organization. Youth soccer is powered by volunteers at nearly every level, and that budgetary uncertainty makes their presence even more significant. Identify the needs in your organization and recruit wherever and whenever possible.
  • Make a plan, display it proudly, and stick to it. Make Washington Youth Soccer aware of any and all plans you have for the fall season, ideally with alternative plans at every phase of reopening and return to play. The plans outlined by Washington Youth Soccer in our return to play documents are still valid as of 7/30/20, and you can use whatever you need from them to craft your own. This includes our initial recommendations for youth soccer in phase 2 and 3 in Washington State, which are currently unaffected by the governor’s office’s latest changes to public gatherings in phase 3.
  • Continue to communicate with your members, your leadership, and Washington Youth Soccer as things change on a local, state, and federal level. We will support you however we can, but the decisions must be made by you.

Above all, control what you can control and plan for every possible scenario that you see your organization facing. Washington Youth Soccer will continue to update our Return to Play page with all relevant information for our membership, and we welcome questions at terry@washingtonyouthsoccer.org. Our priority is the health and safety of our players and families, and we will not do or recommend anything that unduly jeopardizes that goal. Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay connected. Together we will get through this, and don’t forget—MASK UP!

 

Update 7/22, 4:30 PM

CASE OF INFECTION

When an athlete is diagnosed with COVID-19:

  1. Contact your Director/ED regarding situation so appropriate contact tracing can be performed by club personnel.

2.  Fill out COVID-19 Reporting Form within 24 hours.

3.  Have that athlete stay home.

4.  Contact parents or guardians if for some reason they do not know already.

5.  If the infected athlete was in contact with their small group within 48 hours of diagnosis, have that group also stay home – contact each of their parents or guardians that “someone” in their small group has tested positive for the virus (do not reveal name of infected individual). Each of these players should also be tested for COVID-19 and if they have a negative they can return to training.

6.  Infected player cannot return to practice until 10-14 days after symptom onset (10 days after symptoms AND 3 days of no symptoms) and must have a written medical clearance from their physician.

7.  Disinfectant all equipment

 

When you, as a coach, have come in contact with or are infected with COVID-19:

1.  Get tested and stay home.

2.  Contact your director immediately.

3.  Inform your team – if you have maintained social distance from all your players your players do not necessarily need to get tested but may choose to.

4.  Disinfect all equipment.

5.  Fill out COVID-19 Reporting Form within 24 hours

Update 7/22

We are aware of the governor’s recent announcement regarding steps to address the spread of COVID-19 in phase 3, and as of now we have confirmed that this will NOT affect our previously laid out guidelines for youth soccer in counties that have entered phase 3. Everything you see in this document regarding phase 3 is still considered accurate and current in the state of Washington. 

UPDATE 7/21 via US Youth Soccer regarding positive cases among youth soccer players

 7/1/20 11:00 AM (updated 7/10/20)

The governor’s office’s recent release regarding when face masks on 7/1:

WHEREAS, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that, in addition to its recommendation to maintain six-feet of physical distance from non-household members and frequent hand washing with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer, people wear cloth face coverings when they are in public settings where they cannot reliably maintain six feet of distance from others at all times, given the substantial increase in the numbers of cases of COVID-19 infection, these precautions must be mandatory; and

WHEREAS, the science also suggests that by ensuring safe social distancing hygiene practices, and the use of cloth face coverings, many business and recreational activities can be conducted with limited exposure to customers, which is important to revitalizing Washington State’s economy, restoring jobs, and providing necessary goods and services; 
 

6/5/20 12:00 PM

Governor Inslee’s office posted an update last night on phase 2 requirements for outdoor activities in line with much of what you see on this page and in our documents, and it does not change our recommended guidelines for contacting local officials, but it provides another document to show them when requesting return to play in your county. 

Professional Sports & Other Sporting Activities Phase 2 and 3 COVID-19 Requirements – WA Governor’s Office

The most notable section re: youth sports:

In Phase 2, team practice can resume if a) players are limited to groups of five in separate parts of the field, separated by a buffer zone and b) practice can follow social distancing of a minimum of five feet between players with no contact.  Each league, organization, or club must publish and follow a “return to play” safety plan. Parents and household members must not congregate on the sidelines during practice.

To be clear, this statement and the WYS Return to Play documents DO NOT give clubs automatic permission to resume play in Phase 2. If your county is in Phase 2, clubs MUST reach out directly to their local county officials, city council, and parks and recreation departments and get permission to rent fields. Clubs should use the above document from the governor’s office, as well as the WYS RTP documents to craft their own Return to Play safety plan as required by the release. If permission is granted, you CAN return to play. If permission is NOT granted, you CAN NOT return to play until Phase 3.  

As Washington progresses through the Phased Approach on a county-by-county basis, we urge you and your members to contact the appropriate departments about returning to play in their respective counties if one has not been established. Contact the following groups and be sure to mention the governor’s release and your club’s Return to Play safety plan:

  • local city council
  • county officials
  • parks and recreation departments

6/1/20

As counties across the State of Washington adjust their criteria for safe return to play for youth soccer, it is imperative that associations, clubs, and their members work hand in hand to understand these local criteria. Applications and approval for use of fields need to be directed to your local county officials, city council, and parks departments. Please continue to use the Washington Youth Soccer RTP documents as a resource in your application process. We are here to support you.

There has been no change in Washington Youth Soccer liability coverage for facilities that were requested for the seasonal playing year that runs from September 2019 to the end of August 2020 by our members. Those COIs (certificates of insurance) remain on file and were issued to your facilities as requested in the past nine months.

DISCLAIMER: THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS NOT INTENDED OR IMPLIED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS, OR TREATMENT. ALL CONTENT INCLUDING TEXT, GRAPHICS, IMAGES, AND INFORMATION, ARE PROVIDED FOR GENERAL INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.

Washington Youth Soccer’s #1 priority is to PLAY ON…SAFELY!

Players and their families health and safety come first; their physical and mental health are of utmost importance to us. Getting our kids outside, in fresh air and playing soccer safely is our goal. When our kids play, their body produces endorphins, which are a natural mood booster that can fight stress and depression. Feelings of empowerment, relaxation, and optimism follow. Play not only promotes healthy weight and cardiovascular fitness, but also enhances the efficacy of the immune, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems.

Check out US Youth Soccer’s latest return to play notice, which we consulted and worked from as we formulated the below protocols. 

Below is Washington Youth Soccer’s phased approach to returning to play, based on the official phased approach to reopening Washington State businesses and modifying physical/social distancing from Governor Jay Inslee. 

Protocols

KNOW YOUR ROLE! KNOW THE PROTOCOLS. The following best practices are intended to offer guidance to our Washington Youth Soccer community. Adherence to these considerations and recommendations does not ensure immunity from exposure. Washington Youth Soccer makes no representations and assumes no responsibility for individual activity or participation decisions by Associations, Clubs, Coaches, Parents, or Players.

  1. Be smart: if you are sick, stay home. This applies to everyone: players, coaches, and parents. If you have been sick, stay home for 14 days after recovery.
  2. Screening: Greet all participants before practice and ask if they have been sick in the last 14 days or in direct contact with a person who is sick. Send home immediately if the answer is “yes.” 
  3. Sanitize: have hand sanitizer available and encourage hand washing before and after all activities. 
  4. Group play: all activities must be limited to the max number allowed in the current phase. 
  5. Physical play: facilitate soccer activities that eliminate physical contact. All drills and small-sided games should have as little physical contact as possible. Tackling, shielding, etc. should not be included in small-sided games or drills. 
  6. No high-fives, handshakes, or hugs: as much as we want to physically connect, this is not a safe practice for anybody right now. 
  7. Masks: coaches and spectators should wear a mask before, during, and after practice. Players should wear a mask when not actively practicing. 
  8. Drop-off/pick-up: if possible, parents should remain in car for drop-off and pick-up. All spectators must remain 6 feet apart. 
  9. Water bottles: to minimize accidental sharing of water, players must keep their water bottles in their own bag when not in use. 
  10. Have fun, stay positive: everyone is looking to each other to stay calm, supportive, and compassionate during this time. 
  • Distribute these protocols to your members.
  • Have an effective communication plan in place, identify strategies for working with public health to notify adult leaders, youth, and their families if the organization learns a participant or adult leader has developed COVID-19 and may have been infectious to others while at a youth activity, while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Small group sessions need to maintain the same group of players. This helps with contact tracing and limits exposure.
  • Have a written action plan in place, in case of a positive test. If a person is diagnosed with COVID-19, the entire group must return to self-isolation until symptom-free for 14 days.
  • Distribute your written action plan to administrators, coaches, managers, and parents, electronically or otherwise.
  • In your action plan include both a communication chain for team personnel, including volunteers and managers, as well as triggers for executing the action plan.
  • Be prepared to shut down and stop operations. Develop plans for temporary closure of indoor facilities and cancel outdoor activities or camps to properly disinfect and ensure other adult leaders or youth are not infected.
  • Provide adequate field space for at least six feet of social distancing per player.
  • Develop a relationship and a dialogue with health local officials. (identify Risk Tolerance)
  • Ensure the health and safety of your players. Inquire how the athletes are feeling, send them home if they act or discuss feeling ill.
  • Follow all established federal, state, and local protocols.
  • Ensure all athletes have their individual equipment (ball, water bottles, bag, etc.) and prohibit them from sharing anything. Equipment placement should be spaced at least 6 feet apart.
  • The coach is the only person to handle cones, disks, etc.
  • All training must be outdoors and coaches must strictly enforce social distancing per the current phase guidelines.
  • Coaches must always wear a face mask per current phase protocol and social distance from players when required.
  • Wash and sanitize your own equipment after every session.
  • The use of scrimmage vests/pinnies is not recommended.
  • Increase your communication with parents, they need to know what you are doing as a coach and club to maintain their safety.
  • Have fun, stay positive – players and parents are looking to you to stay calm, supportive, and caring during this time.
  • Ensure athletes are healthy, check their temperature daily.
  • Limited or no carpooling.
  • Stay in car or social distance when at training, wear mask at all times if outside your car.
  • Ensure child’s clothing is washed after every training session.
  • Label your child’s equipment to guard against cross-contamination.
  • Ensure all equipment, cleats, ball, shin guards etc. are sanitized after every training.
  • Notify club immediately if your child becomes ill for any reason and do not bring them into contact with coaches or other players.
  • Do not assist coaches with equipment before or after training.
  • Be sure your child has necessary sanitizer and cleaning supplies with them at every training.
  • When traveling, take responsibility to sanitize hotel rooms.
  • Take temperature daily.
  • Wash hands thoroughly before and after training and any contact outside your home.
  • Bring and use hand sanitizer with you at every training session. Especially at the beginning and end of sessions.
  • Limited or no carpooling.
  • Wear mask before and after all training sessions. This protects others in the event that you are unknowingly carrying the virus.
  • Do not touch or share anyone else’s equipment.
  • Bring your own ball to training, label it as your own.
  • Practice social distancing and place bags and other equipment at least 6 feet apart from your teammates’ equipment during sessions.
  • Wash and sanitize all equipment before and after every training session.
  • No group celebrations with players closer than six feet, no high fives, hugs, cheers, etc.

Additional FAQs

Understanding that masks can inhibit a player’s ability to breathe during exercise, players will only be asked to wear masks to and from the field.

In the initial Phase 2 and 3 plans, we encourage non-contact activities, and instead focus on technical and tactical. For training sessions, clubs will be encouraged to have their players engage in non-contact activities until a full return to play is better known.

WYS will follow CDC guidelines and USYS directives regarding the transmission of the virus.

WYS will advise clubs on best practices.

Because kids can be carriers, and will interact with other at-risk individuals, they may pass the virus on to others unknowingly. Additionally, just as we Honor the Game in soccer, which means following the rules even when you can get away without following them, we choose to partner with our Governor and local officials and follow all mandates to insure the safety of all in our community.

Yes, but we ask that they wear masks and social distance, according to current phase of return to play. Phase 3 has a max of 50 people at events, as long as it’s under 50% capacity for the venue.

WYS recommends that parents monitor and check temperatures prior to sending children to practice.

Referees will follow the same protocol as players.

Coaches and sidelines observers will be asked to wear masks initially, but players will only need to wear them to and from the car and the field.

Players with symptoms should stay home to limit the spread. Players and coaches should still practice social distancing when they can, no high fives, handshakes, hugs, etc., and wash their hands/use hand sanitizer if they come in contact with another player/coach. If a person is diagnosed with COVID-19, the entire group must return to self-isolation until symptom free for 14 days.

We would promote the return of soccer via our platform. When we have a better idea on when we will return to play and at what capacities, we will support our members to make sure they get all the help they need.

All our policies will be shared on all members association websites, as well as the WYS website.

WYS simply sanctions tournaments but it’s up to individual organizations and teams to makes decisions on whether or not to hold or attend these tournaments. Organizers should be following the current state guidelines on outdoor gatherings when planning.

Players come first. Their physical and mental health are important to us. Being outside in the fresh air and with their team safely is our goal. We will also follow federal, state, and local guidelines.

WYS insurance covers injuries only, not infectious diseases or viruses. When a player participates, they are willingly accepting the potential risks that come along with that. Each club has the option to review and offer a “play at your own risk” waiver.

Terms of Service

 
AGREEMENT BETWEEN USER AND Washington Youth Soccer

The Washington Youth Soccer Web Site is comprised of various Web pages operated by Washington Youth Soccer.
 
The Washington Youth Soccer Web Site is offered to you conditioned on your acceptance without modification of the terms, conditions, and notices contained herein. Your use of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site constitutes your agreement to all such terms, conditions, and notices.

MODIFICATION OF THESE TERMS OF USE

Washington Youth Soccer reserves the right to change the terms, conditions, and notices under which the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site is offered, including but not limited to the charges associated with the use of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site.

SALES POLICY

Refunds are provided at the discretion of Washington Youth Soccer administration. Conditions must meet stated league, cup and organization rules.

LINKS TO THIRD PARTY SITES

The Washington Youth Soccer Web Site may contain links to other Web Sites (“Linked Sites”). The Linked Sites are not under the control of Washington Youth Soccer and Washington Youth Soccer is not responsible for the contents of any Linked Site, including without limitation any link contained in a Linked Site, or any changes or updates to a Linked Site. Washington Youth Soccer is not responsible for webcasting or any other form of transmission received from any Linked Site. Washington Youth Soccer is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by Washington Youth Soccer of the site or any association with its operators.

NO UNLAWFUL OR PROHIBITED USE

As a condition of your use of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site, you warrant to Washington Youth Soccer that you will not use the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by these terms, conditions, and notices. You may not use the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site in any manner which could damage, disable, overburden, or impair the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site or interfere with any other party’s use and enjoyment of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site. You may not obtain or attempt to obtain any materials or information through any means not intentionally made available or provided for through the Washington Youth Soccer Web Sites.

USE OF COMMUNICATION SERVICES

The Washington Youth Soccer Web Site may contain bulletin board services, chat areas, news groups, forums, communities, personal web pages, calendars, and/or other message or communication facilities designed to enable you to communicate with the public at large or with a group (collectively, “Communication Services”), you agree to use the Communication Services only to post, send and receive messages and material that are proper and related to the particular Communication Service. By way of example, and not as a limitation, you agree that when using a Communication Service, you will not:

  • Defame, abuse, harass, stalk, threaten or otherwise violate the legal rights (such as rights of privacy and publicity) of others.
  • Publish, post, upload, distribute or disseminate any inappropriate, profane, defamatory, infringing, obscene, indecent or unlawful topic, name, material or information.
  • Upload files that contain software or other material protected by intellectual property laws (or by rights of privacy of publicity) unless you own or control the rights thereto or have received all necessary consents.
  • Upload files that contain viruses, corrupted files, or any other similar software or programs that may damage the operation of another’s computer.
  • Advertise or offer to sell or buy any goods or services for any business purpose, unless such Communication Service specifically allows such messages.
  • Conduct or forward surveys, contests, pyramid schemes or chain letters.
  • Download any file posted by another user of a Communication Service that you know, or reasonably should know, cannot be legally distributed in such manner.
  • Falsify or delete any author attributions, legal or other proper notices or proprietary designations or labels of the origin or source of software or other material contained in a file that is uploaded.
  • Restrict or inhibit any other user from using and enjoying the Communication Services.
  • Violate any code of conduct or other guidelines which may be applicable for any particular Communication Service.
  • Harvest or otherwise collect information about others, including e-mail addresses, without their consent.
  • Violate any applicable laws or regulations.
Washington Youth Soccer has no obligation to monitor the Communication Services. However, Washington Youth Soccer reserves the right to review materials posted to a Communication Service and to remove any materials in its sole discretion. Washington Youth Soccer reserves the right to terminate your access to any or all of the Communication Services at any time without notice for any reason whatsoever.
 
Washington Youth Soccer reserves the right at all times to disclose any information as necessary to satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or governmental request, or to edit, refuse to post or to remove any information or materials, in whole or in part, in Washington Youth Soccer’s sole discretion.
 
Always use caution when giving out any personally identifying information about yourself or your children in any Communication Service. Washington Youth Soccer does not control or endorse the content, messages or information found in any Communication Service and, therefore, Washington Youth Soccer specifically disclaims any liability with regard to the Communication Services and any actions resulting from your participation in any Communication Service. Managers and hosts are not authorized Washington Youth Soccer spokespersons, and their views do not necessarily reflect those of Washington Youth Soccer.
 
Materials uploaded to a Communication Service may be subject to posted limitations on usage, reproduction and/or dissemination. You are responsible for adhering to such limitations if you download the materials.
 

MATERIALS PROVIDED TO Washington Youth Soccer OR POSTED TO ANY Washington Youth Soccer WEBSITE

Washington Youth Soccer does not claim ownership of the materials you provide to Washington Youth Soccer (including feedback and suggestions) or post, upload, input or submit to any Washington Youth Soccer Website or its associated services (collectively “Submissions”). However, by posting, uploading, inputting, providing or submitting your Submission you are granting Washington Youth Soccer, its affiliated companies and necessary sublicensees permission to use your Submission in connection with the operation of their Internet businesses including, without limitation, the rights to: copy, distribute, transmit, publicly display, publicly perform, reproduce, edit, translate and reformat your Submission; and to publish your name in connection with your Submission.
 
No compensation will be paid with respect to the use of your Submission, as provided herein. Washington Youth Soccer is under no obligation to post or use any Submission you may provide and may remove any Submission at any time in Washington Youth Soccer’s sole discretion.
 
By posting, uploading, inputting, providing or submitting your Submission you warrant and represent that you own or otherwise control all of the rights to your Submission as described in this section including, without limitation, all the rights necessary for you to provide, post, upload, input or submit the Submissions.
 

LIABILITY DISCLAIMER

THE INFORMATION, SOFTWARE, PRODUCTS, AND SERVICES INCLUDED IN OR AVAILABLE THROUGH THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE MAY INCLUDE INACCURACIES OR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. CHANGES ARE PERIODICALLY ADDED TO THE INFORMATION HEREIN. Washington Youth Soccer AND/OR ITS SUPPLIERS MAY MAKE IMPROVEMENTS AND/OR CHANGES IN THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE AT ANY TIME. ADVICE RECEIVED VIA THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON FOR PERSONAL, MEDICAL, LEGAL OR FINANCIAL DECISIONS AND YOU SHOULD CONSULT AN APPROPRIATE PROFESSIONAL FOR SPECIFIC ADVICE TAILORED TO YOUR SITUATION.
 
Washington Youth Soccer AND/OR ITS SUPPLIERS MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT THE SUITABILITY, RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, TIMELINESS, AND ACCURACY OF THE INFORMATION, SOFTWARE, PRODUCTS, SERVICES AND RELATED GRAPHICS CONTAINED ON THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE FOR ANY PURPOSE. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ALL SUCH INFORMATION, SOFTWARE, PRODUCTS, SERVICES AND RELATED GRAPHICS ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF ANY KIND. Washington Youth Soccer AND/OR ITS SUPPLIERS HEREBY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS WITH REGARD TO THIS INFORMATION, SOFTWARE, PRODUCTS, SERVICES AND RELATED GRAPHICS, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.
 
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL Washington Youth Soccer AND/OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE, WITH THE DELAY OR INABILITY TO USE THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE OR RELATED SERVICES, THE PROVISION OF OR FAILURE TO PROVIDE SERVICES, OR FOR ANY INFORMATION, SOFTWARE, PRODUCTS, SERVICES AND RELATED GRAPHICS OBTAINED THROUGH THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE, OR OTHERWISE ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF Washington Youth Soccer OR ANY OF ITS SUPPLIERS HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGES. BECAUSE SOME STATES/JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IF YOU ARE DISSATISFIED WITH ANY PORTION OF THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE, OR WITH ANY OF THESE TERMS OF USE, YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IS TO DISCONTINUE USING THE Washington Youth Soccer WEB SITE.
 
SERVICE CONTACT: info@WashingtonYouthSoccer.org
 

TERMINATION/ACCESS RESTRICTION

Washington Youth Soccer reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to terminate your access to the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site and the related services or any portion thereof at any time, without notice. GENERAL To the maximum extent permitted by law, this agreement is governed by the laws of the State of Washington, U.S.A. and you hereby consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of courts in King County, Washington, U.S.A. in all disputes arising out of or relating to the use of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site. Use of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site is unauthorized in any jurisdiction that does not give effect to all provisions of these terms and conditions, including without limitation this paragraph. You agree that no joint venture, partnership, employment, or agency relationship exists between you and Washington Youth Soccer as a result of this agreement or use of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site. Washington Youth Soccer’s performance of this agreement is subject to existing laws and legal process, and nothing contained in this agreement is in derogation of Washington Youth Soccer’s right to comply with governmental, court and law enforcement requests or requirements relating to your use of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site or information provided to or gathered by Washington Youth Soccer with respect to such use. If any part of this agreement is determined to be invalid or unenforceable pursuant to applicable law including, but not limited to, the warranty disclaimers and liability limitations set forth above, then the invalid or unenforceable provision will be deemed superseded by a valid, enforceable provision that most closely matches the intent of the original provision and the remainder of the agreement shall continue in effect. Unless otherwise specified herein, this agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the user and Washington Youth Soccer with respect to the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site and it supersedes all prior or contemporaneous communications and proposals, whether electronic, oral or written, between the user and Washington Youth Soccer with respect to the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site. A printed version of this agreement and of any notice given in electronic form shall be admissible in judicial or administrative proceedings based upon or relating to this agreement to the same extent an d subject to the same conditions as other business documents and records originally generated and maintained in printed form. It is the express wish to the parties that this agreement and all related documents be drawn up in English.

COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK NOTICES

All contents of the Washington Youth Soccer Web Site are: Copyright © 2009 Washington Youth Soccer and/or its suppliers. All rights reserved.

TRADEMARKS

The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

The example companies, organizations, products, people and events depicted herein are fictitious. No association with any real company, organization, product, person, or event is intended or should be inferred.

Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved.

NOTICES AND PROCEDURE FOR MAKING CLAIMS OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT

Pursuant to Title 17, United States Code, Section 512(c)(2), notifications of claimed copyright infringement under United States copyright law should be sent to Service Provider’s Designated Agent. ALL INQUIRIES NOT RELEVANT TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE WILL RECEIVE NO RESPONSE. See Notice and Procedure for Making Claims of Copyright Infringement.