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Professional Liability Insurance for Healthcare Businesses

Whether your healthcare practice is large or small, you are vulnerable to the threat of a lawsuit. Without the proper liability coverage, one lawsuit may place your practice out of business and jeopardize your professional career. 

The professional liability insurance for healthcare businesses offered through HPSO affords coverage for malpractice claims made against you by patients alleging you were negligent in providing, or failing to provide, professional services.

Program Benefits:

  • Professional Liability Coverage – up to $1 million each claim, up to $3 million annual  aggregate 

  • Personal Injury Coverage – shares professional liability limits of liability 

  • Sexual Misconduct/Abuse Coverage – up to $25,000 annual aggregate 

  • Enterprise Privacy Protection (EPP) – up to $25,000 aggregate*

  • License Protection – up to $25,000 annual aggregate 

  • Defendant Expense Benefit – up to $1,000 per day, up to $25,000 annual aggregate

  • Deposition Representation – up to $10,000 annual aggregate 

  • Assault Coverage – up to $25,000 annual aggregate (Not available in Texas) 

  • Damage to Property of Others – up to $10,000 annual aggregate 

  • Medical Payments – up to $25,000 per person, up to $100,000 annual aggregate 

  • First Aid Coverage – up to $10,000 annual aggregate 


Schedule a Personal Consultation   Get a Professional Liability Quote

*Enterprise Privacy Protection coverage not available in all states and may vary by state. Higher Limits are available. ​


Please Call 1-800-214-9489

Mon – Fri, 8am6pm ET.


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