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What Type of Insurance Do I Need?

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No one likes to shop for insurance. But you've worked so hard for your practice, it's important to protect every aspect of it. Getting the right insurance in place is easier when you know what you need and where to find it.

Whether you're an associate, independent contractor or own your practice, having the right insurance can make a difference in your financial security. Consider these policies, but discuss your specific situation with your insurance agent to ensure you have the insurance you need.

If You're an Associate

The DC who hires you may have insurance coverage for property, liability and malpractice. But you may need additional coverage for:

  • Property: If you own your own table, store your patient data, have damage to a computer or loss of business income, you may need property insurance.

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