Insurance for Psychologists
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Essential coverages for psychologists
General Liability (GL)Instant quote »
- Coverage against claims from bodily injury, property damage and personal injury
- Coverage for products/completed operations
When you also have equipment or operate from a practice
General Liability + Property (bundle them with a BOP)Instant quote »
All Basic plan benefits and:
- Bodily injury
- Damage to third party property
- Business personal property
- Personal injury
- Lost business income
- Equipment breakdown
Get covered against errors resulting in bodily injury
Business Owners Policy (BOP) + Medical MalpracticeInstant quote »
All Standard plan benefits and:
- Errors resulting in bodily injury
- Medical expenses and personal injury
- Defense fees
- Coverage for you, as well as your business (if you own it)
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General Liability insurance protects against common liability claims for property damage, third-party physical injury, personal injury and advertising mistakes. This type of psychologist insurance will cover provide financial protection from paying the cost to these claims with your business and personal assets.
When you use your personal vehicle for business purposes you need Commercial Auto insurance. This insurance policy has higher liability insurance limits than your personal auto insurance can cover. The insurance will help pay for the lawsuits, medical expenses and legal fees that are associated with the accident.
Workers' Compensation provides medical care when employees are sick or injured from work. Temporary disability benefits and payment for lost wages when the employee won't be able to work because of the injury and displacement benefits for retraining and skill enhancement when the employee doesn't recover completely.
Medical Malpractice insurance is one of the most important types of insurance to have as a psychologist. It provides coverage from liability associated with wrongful practices the resulted in the property damage, bodily injury and medical expenses of the customer. It also covers the cost of defending a lawsuit.
When you own or lease a building for your clinic, you'll need this insurance. Commercial Property insurance will cover the cost of the damage or loss done not just to the building, but to the contents of it. It covers the increase in expenses that resulted to the property damage.
This insurance will cover your business from the liability for a data breach where customer information, like credit card numbers and Social Security Numbers, are exposed or stolen by hacking through or gaining access to the firm's electronic network. It pays for the expenses associated with the data breach like notification costs, credit monitoring and cost to defend the claims.
Frequently Asked Questions
What risks could a psychologist face?
A psychologist can be sued for not providing proper patient care. They can be liable for the medical payments and damages caused due to the mistakes in diagnosis and giving the wrong treatment. When they own or lease a building, they risk slip and fall claims from anyone entering and exiting the building. Psychologists can be sued for medical malpractice, which can be very financially and emotionally devastating. These are just some of many possible risks.
What is Professional Liability insurance for psychologists?
Specifically for psychologists, this insurance will protect you from the lawsuits where you make mistakes either in the medical advice you have given to the patient or medications prescribed to your patient. The insurance will protect your business from remittance in case a patient files a claim against you and is seeking to recover costs associating to your medical activity.
Why is Liability Insurance for psychologists especially important?
Psychologists are highly trained professionals; therefore any services that you provide are set to very high standards. Any kind of liability risk no matter how common it is, it's the psychologist's duty to report it. A Liability Insurance will allow you to focus on your clients without the fear of lawsuits or complaints from your clients because you know that your Liability Insurance is always at your back.
What is the difference between claims-made vs. occurrence coverage?
Occurrence coverage protects any incident during the policy period. It covers occurrences during the policy, no matter when it is reported. Claims-made coverage protects incidents reported while the policy is active. This coverage when the incident and resulting claim happen while the policy is in effect. Basically, the difference is being able to claim outside the policy period or not, event though the incident must always occur inside the policy period.
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