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You’ve worked hard to build your diet and nutrition empire - and that’s why you deserve the very best business protection. So whether you offer diet services for weight loss or nutritional advice for athletes, let Simply Business help you find tailored insurance that protects against litigious customers and claims of negligence!
We make it easy to find a business insurance policy that’s right for you. Just answer a few questions, check out competing quotes, and purchase your favorite policy - that’s it!
In your line of work, there’s a good chance you’re providing a lot of unique advice to customers. That’s why you’ll probably need business insurance that covers you in case of errors from your professional services. Let Simply Business build a nutritionist 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 policy that provides protection if a customer alleges negligence from your nutritional advice and dietician services. For example, if a customer decides to sue your business due to nutritional advice that caused the customer injury, this policy may cover resulting damages and potential legal costs.
Professional liability insurance usually covers:
Professional liability insurance usually does not cover:
If you visit your customers at their homes or if customers visit you at your office, you may want to purchase a general liability insurance policy. This coverage - which is also known as commercial general liability (CGL) insurance - protects your business from third-party claims of physical injury or property damages. For example, if you accidentally knocked a client’s laptop off of her desk and it broke, your policy may pay for resulting damages and legal fees.
General liability usually covers:
General liability insurance usually does not cover:
Learn more about commercial general liability insurance.
Do you have a full-time or part-time employee who helps you with your business? If so, your state may require you to get a workers compensation policy. This type of coverage can pay for medical bills, lost wages, and any legal costs that may occur if your employee gets hurt or sick at work. For example, if an employee twists her ankle after tripping over a loose rug in the office, your policy can pay for resulting medical bills.
Learn more about workers compensation insurance.
Curious to see how much your nutritionist and dietician insurance policy might cost? We can help! We’ll usually ask for the following information to determine what your policy price might be:
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