Member insurance

MedlemsförsäkringAs a member of the Swedish Association of Professional Body Therapists, you have access to cost-effective insurance that covers you and your business. It is continually kept up to date to meet the changing needs of members. For self-employed members, the insurance covers property, theft and legal protection. If you have employees, an advantageous employer’s insurance policy is available. In addition to basic insurance, a range of add-on supplements is available, e.g. extended property protection, overseas activity and for some of our supplementary therapies.

By becoming a member of the Swedish Association of Professional Body Therapists, you can rest assured that you are covered by a basic insurance policy provided that you have been approved and continue to pay your membership and insurance fees in accordance with the rules of the Association.

A common, but inaccurate, assumption is that your home insurance policy will cover losses you suffer if you “only have a small” business. Usually, insurance companies will not pay out on your home insurance policy for any loss in respect of professional activity where you receive payment for your services.

You may also end up in a dispute with someone with whom you have had a professional relationship or be taken to court for compensation if a patient believes he or she has developed problems or suffered injuries as the result of a treatment you have provided.

These are the principal reasons why you and everyone who engages in business activities must take out business insurance and any additional supplementary insurance.

Insurance broker

Nordic Försäkring AB, Box 134, SE-351 04 Växjö.

Website: www.nordic.se

E-mail: ky@nordic.se

Telephone: +46 (0)470 75 12 00

Fax: +46 (0)470 75 12 99

Underwriter

Insurance offered through the Swedish Association of Professional Body Therapists is underwritten by Svedea AB Specialförsäkringar.

Read more about insurance offered by the Swedish Association of Professional Body Therapists. (Only in Swedish).