On the face of it, it might appear that you have no need for medical indemnity. It is a special kind of insurance that is needed to cover yourself from any medical malpractice that might come along. Whilst initially it seems like something that only medical professionals like surgeons, nurses and Doctors should be concerned about this is not the case. Read on to find out more and what Medical Indemnity can mean for you.
Some areas of work that need Medical indemnity to protect from Medical malpractice may surprise you. For example, did you know that anyone who adds ear, nose or body piercings should have Medical indemnity. Even people who do not practice invasive treatments, for example psychiatrists, need to have Medical indemnity as well. If there is any chance that you could harm someone via medical malpractice you need to cover yourselves.
However, it is not only professionals working in these industries that need cover. If you are a first aider or if you give out medical treatment if someone becomes ill on your property or place of work then you should consider getting Medical indemnity. An example of this is if you gave someone with the best intentions an aspirin for pain relief but unfortunately they were allergic to it.