What is Paramedic
As a Paramedic, patient’s lives depend on your care.
First on the scene, you provide both physical and emotional support in high-stress emergency settings.
There is always risk in a high-speed environment. Think of Paramedic Professional Liability Insurance as
protection for your peace of mind.
Mistakes happen and can disrupt the flow of your business in a matter of minutes. Professional
Liability Insurance for Paramedics protects against risks associated with the service you provide.
What Does Paramedic Liability Insurance Cover?
At the very least, a comprehensive Pharmacist Professional Liability Insurance policy should include:
- General Paramedic Liability Insurance (a.k.a. Commerical General Liability Insurance)
This is the Paramedic Liability Insurance that every paramedic should have regardless of training or experience. A General Paramedic Liability insurance policy protects paramedics against third party claims, such as a slip-and-fall injury.
- Paramedic Malpractice Insurance
Paramedic Malpractice Insurance is a type of Professional Liability Insurance for paramedics. Paramedic Malpractice Insurance protects paramedics against claims related to professional activities, such as misdiagnosis.
Talk to your broker about customizing your Paramedic Liability Insurance policy to include additional types of coverage.
How Much Does Paramedic
Liability Insurance Cost?
How much your Paramedic Professional Liability Insurance policy costs depends on several factors, such as:
- Years of experience
- Level of education or training
- Types of services offered
We’ve partnered with Canada’s largest insurance companies to provide the most competitve Paramedic Liability Insurance rates for you.
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Common Paramedic Malpractice
Claims in Canada
You administer a medication the patient is allergic to, causing a near-fatal allergic reaction.
On your way to the hospital, you crash the ambulance causing the patient to sustain even more injuries.
You fail to identify and treat a life-threatening medical emergency, such as a heart attack.