We offer self employed orthodontists liability insurance from our range of leading insurance providers offering highly competitive quotes for;
- Public Liability Insurance for orthodontists.
- Employers Liability Insurance
- Business Equipment and Tools Insurance
Why does a self employed orthodontist require liability insurance?
Anyone in business faces the daily risk of legal action being taken against them in respect of their legal liability for personal injury or property damage arising during the course of the business and the self employed orthodontist is no exception. Public liability insurance protects you against claims made against you for your legal liability for personal injury or property damage sustained by third parties arising in the course of the business. Employers liability protects you against claims from employees for your legal liability for any death, disease or injury sustained during the course of their employment and it is a legal requirement for the majority of employers in the United Kingdom.
As a professional you may wish to consider medical malpractice insurance for orthodontists to protect yourself against claims made against you in respect of your legal liability for loss arising from a breach or an alleged breach of professional duty.
As specialist liability insurance brokers, we are ideally placed to provide you with both excellent business insurance products and highly competitive premiums to help you meet your requirements for orthodontists self employed liability insurance offering you fully detailed quotations from specialist insurers with all the information on premiums, policy wordings and terms and conditions you require to enable you to make an informed choice on your self employed business insurance requirements.
Our liability insurance team is on hand to assist you with any queries you may have on your self employed orthodontists liability insurance and will be happy to assist you in obtaining our best possible terms for you.
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