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Insurance Tips for Doctors, Clinicians and Other Healthcare Workers


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Insurance Tips for Doctors, Clinicians and Other Healthcare Workers

If you have your own healthcare practise, you may need coverage for your office space, for medical malpractice, for any cars or outreach vans that you use as part of your practise and possibly for other elements as well. If you are a medical health professional with questions about insurance, take some time to explore this blog. Hi, my name is Nancy, and through my life, I have played a lot of different roles (mum, homeowners, nurse, business owner, spouse, etc.). Through all of them, I needed different types of insurance, and because of that, I have learned a lot about insurance. Want to read about insurance? Look through these posts -- feel free to share if you like them!

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Why Add Glass Insurance to Your Store’s Policy?

If you own a retail store, then you need various types of commercial insurance to protect your building and business. As well as standard coverage, such as fire and theft, you should also look at extended policies such as products that cover problems with glass in your store. What does glass insurance typically cover and why should you include it in your store's insurance policy? What Is Glass Insurance? Commercial glass insurance policies typically cover both external and internal glass in your store. Read More 

Tips to Consider When Searching For Public Liability Insurance

If you own a business, it is your responsibility to ensure that it's protected. One of the options you can consider is public liability insurance, a plan that protects the company when a supplier, customer or a general member of the public sues your company for property damage, personal injury or death. And while you may have put specific measures in place to avoid mishaps while doing business, an accident can occur or someone might decide to sue you. Read More 

Does your business need more insurance?

If you run any type of business, you should consider purchasing business insurance. It doesn't matter whether you are self-employed and working from home or a small business owner with your own premises there are still risks against which only insurance can protect you. How can insurance help you? If you are an independent tradesman or the manager of a small business, you will be well aware of the routine problems that occur every day, but it doesn't take much for a small issue to escalate into something much bigger. Read More 

4 Risks Management Liability Insurance Protects Against

It is important for business owners to acquire management liability insurance to be covered in this increasingly litigious era. This article discusses some of the risks that such insurance cover would protect you from. Employee Poaching Lawsuits The business world is rife with scenarios in which employees are lured to move from one company to another. The entity that loses those employees to a rival can sue the firm that has employed those departed workers. Read More 

The Three Basic Elements of Business Interruption Insurance

In order for your business to be profitable, there can be nothing that disrupts your ability to serve customers. However, when you own a business, you need to be aware that weather, vandalism or some other incident could lead to the inability to continue business for a specific time period. Many business owners assume that a typical property damage policy will be sufficient in covering losses, but this policy will only cover costs of repairs. Read More