Do Physical Therapists Need Insurance?
Security and peace of mind. Lawsuits against physical therapists happen. If you find yourself in this situation, you will be glad you have professional liability coverage.
Why Employed Physical Therapists Need Insurance
Even if your employer provides insurance, you may still be at risk. Physical Therapy is a personal profession which includes direct interaction with clients. This opens you to risk of a lawsuit that business owner policies may not cover.
Responsibility may be transferred from the employer to you as you; the individual provided the care. In some cases, both the individual and the employer can be held separately liable, in which case, you may not be covered.
Don’t rely on someone else purchasing insurance for you, make sure you have the coverage to protect your career with My PT Insurance.
Why Self-Employed Physical Therapists Need Insurance
Physical Therapy is a personal profession with direct interaction with clients. This opens you to risk of a lawsuit that could impact your business or even your career.
That’s why through continued research My PT Insurance has crafted a policy that is economical, to provide you with the peace of mind you deserve.
Your extensive education, training, and experience as a physical therapist shouldn’t be at risk, so allow My PT Insurance to provide coverage to help ease your mind.
Why Choose My PT Insurance
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