Speech and language pathologists work directly with clients every day, helping them engage with the world more effectively through language. But what happens when something goes wrong? From slower-than-expected progress and choking incidents to a slip-and-fall accident that leaves a client with a broken leg, your business is exposed to a number of risks.
If an unexpected event triggers a lawsuit against your business, the costs can mount quickly. The good news is that speech therapy insurance can cover those costs, including attorneys' fees, court fees, settlements, and judgments.
No one business insurance policy offers coverage for every risk exposure, though. The following policies offer different kinds of protection to help speech and language pathologists manage the many risks they face.