Re: Legally Kiteboarding?
- Hello Chris,
You are welcome but the thanks go to Brett. We need to mindful about
these issues while kiteboarding.
Here is a repost from http://groups.yahoo.com/group/kiteboardva/ on
the subject of homeowners policies and kiteboarding. I would check
with your agent to make sure that it will cover things however.
That is correct, I am an insurance agent and an avid Kiteboarder.
If you have a Homeowners policy and or renters policy, your Liability
protection should follow you anywhere in the world, as long it is not
an intentional act. No policy or limits in the world is better than a
cool head in crowded conditions. Be smart, Ride Hard, Kite Safe.
In kitesurf@y..., "cfglazier" <cglazier@c...> wrote:
> Thanks for the posting on liability.
> I seem to recall that my homeowners insurance and its liablity
> coverage should cover me in normal situations while kiting. Does
> anyone know if this is true? I am in Canada which I believe has
> similar liabiltiy laws to the US.
> Chris G
> --- In kitesurf@y..., "Rick Iossi" <flkitesurfer@h...> wrote:
> > Brett Gibson is both an attorney and active kiteboarder. He has
> > the Mid-Atlantic Kiteboarding Association or M-A-K-A.
> A is
> > intended to represent kiteboarders in the District of Columbia,
> > Virginia, Delaware, and North Carolina. He recently wrote an
> > and timely article titled "ANATOMY OF A KITESUIT", the first of
> its kind to
> > my knowledge that talks about kiteboarding and liability issues.