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The Louisiana Children’s Health Insurance Program, or LaCHIP, provides health care to uninsured children up to age 19. It is a no-cost health program that pays for children’s hospital care, doctor visits, prescription drugs, shots and more. Learn more about what LaCHIP covers.

Because insurance coverage provided by LSA is an excess or secondary policy, those seeking to file claims must exhaust their primary insurance benefits before filing a claim with Pullen Insurance Services, LSA's insurance provider. LaCHIP will provide such primary insurance coverage not only for injuries and claims suffered on the soccer field, but for illnesses and injuries unrelated to soccer as well. To find out more about LaCHIP




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LSA maintains insurance for its membership through Pullen Insurance Service, an independent insurance brokerage firm headquartered in Fort Worth, TX. Insurance coverage through LSA extends only to soccer-related events that are fully sanctioned by LSA and is an excess/secondary insurance policy. This means the insured must exhaust their available coverage from a primary insurer before coverage through LSA becomes effective. Failure to adhere to the requirements and procedures of your primary insurer may result in a limitation or denial of benefits under the LSA policy.
The Online Claims Submissions Process and Forms are set forth on the Pullen Insurance Services website.
Notice of Claims must be filed within 90 days from the date of injury or as soon thereafter as is reasonably possible.
Pullen Insurance Services provides a detailed description of the General Liability Benefits provided to LSA's membership including who and what activities are covered as well as the limits of liability provided.



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