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As an expert hairstylist, it’s safe to say you spend a lot of your time transforming your customers. Whether you rent a chair at a salon or travel around to see your customers, being a hairstylist is extremely rewarding - but it also means you’re exposed to risks if an unhappy client decides to sue for an error you made.
That’s why here at Simply Business, we specialize in affordable insurance that’s personalized for hairstylists just like you. So you can focus on doing what you do best - being a rockstar hairstylist!
Hairstylists usually need insurance coverage tailored to their profession, as they spend a lot of time working with customers (and sometimes at a variety of other locations). Let Simply Business build a hairstylist insurance policy that’s personalized just for you.
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Professional liability insurance - which can also be called errors and omissions (E&O) insurance - is a type of policy that protects you in case a customer accuses you of negligence resulting from your hairdressing services. This is perhaps one of the most important policies for hairstylists like yourself, simply because so much of what you do is based on your guidance, advice, and skills. For example, if a client trusts that the hair dye you’re using is safe, but it actually causes her hair to fall out, you could potentially be liable.
Professional liability insurance usually covers:
Professional liability insurance usually does not cover:
General liability insurance - which we sometimes refer to as commercial general liability (CGL) insurance - is an essential policy to get if you perform your services in someone else’s home. This coverage protects your business from third-party claims of bodily injury or damage to a client’s property. For example, if you accidentally got dye on a client’s carpet and damaged it, your policy may pay for resulting damages. It might even pay for legal fees if your client decides to sue you!
General liability usually covers:
General liability insurance usually does not cover:
Learn more about commercial general liability insurance.
If you have an employee who works with you - even on a part-time basis - you may need workers compensation insurance. This policy covers medical bills, lost wages, and any legal costs that may occur if your employee gets hurt or sick at work.
Most states require any business with employees to have workers compensation insurance, so it’s worth checking to see if you should add it to your existing coverage.
Learn more about workers compensation insurance.
Want to get a glimpse at how much you might need to pay for hairstylist insurance? While the policy price varies from stylist to stylist, your insurance premium will usually be determined by:
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