by Rachael Adams
A variety of new and increasing risks, ranging from terrorism to concussion, are changing the face of sports insurance, meaning insurers are required to adapt to these developments.
Louise Phillips investigates what kind of risks are present at sporting events and how insurers can make the most of the opportunities in the sector.
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Are there any sports that insurers refuse to provide cover for? How can the insurance industry increase the awareness of the necessity of insurance in amateur sport?
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