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There are several common causes of claims that psychologists may face, including:
Finding suitable business insurance will depend on your specific circumstances. But there are different policies that psychologist may want to consider, including:
Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance* is an important form of protection for businesses that provide specialist services or professional advice. It is designed to respond to claims against your business for losses as a result of actual or alleged negligent acts or omissions in the provision of your professional service or advice. Professional Indemnity insurance can also assist with the legal costs associated with responding to or managing claims which are covered by the policy.
Professional Indemnity insurance can help cover you for things such as:
You’re job requires you to think like a small business owner as well as a psychologist. That means you’ve got some extra legal responsibilities regarding the general public.
Public Liability insurance is designed to help provide protection* for you and your business in the event a customer, supplier or a member of the public are injured or sustain property damage as a result of your negligent business activities.
Public Liability insurance can include cover for things like:
Business Insurance, also known as Business Insurance Pack, is a package designed to cover your assets and keep your business profitable in the case of various events.
It can cover any of your contents, including professional equipment in the case of fire, theft or even accidental damage.
As a psychologist, you may also want to consider cover some additional options, including:
These days we all have a wealth of information on our computers. For a psychologist, you may have highly personal client data and information on your computer, and, if it were to be compromised, the consequences could be dire.
Cyber Liability insurance is a type of business insurance product, which protects your business against both the legal costs and expenses (including compensation payments) related to cybercrime incidents. Your coverage may include cover for expenses and legal costs relating to the following:
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Last updated: 27/04/2022