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Hi everyone. Could someone help guide me in the right direction for the best insurance covering loss of earnings due to an accident for paragliding and paramotoring. I'm self employed with a hefty mortgage, kids etc. (aren't we all). And injury would be devastating. I've got life cover but decided it may be prudent to get loss of earnings. Thanks in advance.
All, I have just been chatting on facebook with Marc from the BHPA. Among other things the most important thing with regards to the trike exemption that can now be applied for is: If you are currently a BHPA member and seeking a trike exemption from the CAA, although you may get the exemption from the CAA, the BHPA insurance will NOT cover you to fly your trike. I am quite surprised to hear this to be honest be hey ho... it is what it is. To confirm: I have spoken to our insurers and they agree that if an exemption in in place that it makes it legally flown and there for WILL cover trikes with medical exemption in place. As an existing BHPA member, you can get cross rated to the PMC and get insurance for your wheels. Happy to chat about this 07983 428 453 or post below. SW
I heard this morning that there are rumours suggesting the PMC insurance will no longer re-new policies I can assure you that this is nothing more than a rumour having spoken to the insurance company this morning. All Pmc Insurance policies will renew as normal at the end of February. Please do contact me if you have any questions or concerns or indeed would like to get our insurance SW