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Clearing the Air: Understanding the Importance of Professional Liability Insurance for Dental Hygienists and Dental…
For pennies a day you can purchase professional liability insurance, giving you peace of mind that your career is protected by industry-leading liability insurance coverage for Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants.
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Exclusively for PPP Insureds: Comprehensive Workers’ Compensation Coverage
As a small business owner, your employees are an important part of your continued success. So, when one of your employees becomes injured or contracts an illness in the course of their employment, it can significantly reduce overall productivity and may impact you financially.
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Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants Liability Insurance Policy Benefits
Professional Services Plans offers Dental Hygienist and Dental Assistant malpractice insurance to individuals interested in protecting themselves with superior liability insurance.
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10 Tips for the New Hygiene Grad from a New Hygiene Grad
As I approach the first anniversary after completion of my dental hygiene degree, I find myself knowing quite a bit more compared to this time last year. While by no means do I consider myself to be an expert, there are numerous things that I wish I had known when I had first graduated and was looking for my first job.
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Exclusively for PPP Insureds: Renewal Applications and Setting Dental Property Practice Values
The 2020 mandatory professional liability renewal application cycle is quickly approaching, and our Professional Services Plans dental team has started the process of mailing renewal applications for those policies renewing in January 2020 and beyond.
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Cyber Liability Coverage is Data Liability Coverage – Know The Risks
As an Accountant, you own your clients data, whether in paper or electronic format. This includes your client's credit card information as well as personally identifiable information. If your clients paper files are stolen or if your system is breached and records are stolen, by law you are responsible for notification by mail as well as providing credit monitoring services for at least 1 year. Without proper coverage in place, this could be financially devastating.
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