What is a Hearing therapist?
In your role as a hearing therapist, you play a crucial role in the ongoing rehabilitation of adults who have experienced acquired hearing loss. You not only provide practical guidance on mitigating the impact of hearing loss in various aspects of life, such as work and social interactions, but also offer counselling to address the psychological and emotional effects of hearing loss. Additionally, you can connect individuals with support groups and lipreading classes to further aid them in their journey towards improved hearing and overall well-being. Whether your business is based in Scunthorpe or North Lincolnshire, or if it’s further afield, we can arrange cover to protect you and your business from potential costly legal fees.
Why do hearing therapists need insurance?
Insurance for Hearing therapists can be invaluable as offering advice could lead to clients making allegations that the therapy has not produced the expected results. Therefore, having Hearing Therapist Insurance is vital to protect those in the field from legal risks of their profession while safeguarding personal finances and livelihood.
What insurance do hearing therapists need?
Medical Malpractice – Given the delicate nature of their profession, hearing therapists may find themselves facing malpractice claims more frequently. Medical Indemnity Insurance can also provide cover if you breach your professional duties: alleged violation of duty of care or omissions, or professional negligence.
Public Liability – Having Public Liability Insurance as a hearing therapist can help to protect you from claims arising from accidental injury to a client or damage to their belongings, allegedly caused by your business or the products you supply.
For more information, please get in touch with a member of our experienced team, call us on 01724 487718 or fill in our online quote form. If you prefer, you can visit our branch at 99 – 103 Mary Street, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, DN15 6LA.