Here are some of the services we offer as part of our insurance for reiki practitioners:
Our cover means we can stretch to cover you as you work in a variety of locations – from clients’ homes, festivals, classes and even over the phone or Skype. In addition, if you run your own practice from a rented or owned business premises we can also provide buildings and contents insurance.
Are you a member of the UK Reiki Federation, The Reiki Council or The Reiki Guild? You could be eligible for a minimum 10% discount just for being a member of these professional bodies. There are others too so let our advisors know and find out what discounts you could receive.
Should the advice or guidance you give to your clients be incorrect and cause them a loss or injury, our policies provide professional indemnity to pay for any costs awarded against you. The cover extends up to £10 million and can be flexible, depending on your circumstances.
If you need something extra, we can also provide home business insurance, employers' liability insurance, cover for cash and events insurance. So how ever your business grows, or diversifies, we’re here to make sure you have the correct protection in place.
Our in-house care insurance claims team are on hand Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm to support you. Furthermore, if you have a more urgent concern, we offer a 24 hour helpline too.
For material damage and business interruption claims over £5,000 you can count on our Claims Assist team. We will appoint a chartered loss adjuster specialising in the type of loss you have experienced to look after your interests and ensure the entire claims process is handled quickly, fairly and without unnecessary stress.
Call us or email us with; your policy number, a phone number to reach you on, details of your claim and photos where possible and relevant.
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We do offer loss of income and business interruption insurance as well as various other business insurances but not as part of this package. If you require any of these covers we can provide them via our business insurance department, a member of the team will be happy to advise you further.
Every profession is open to different risks and claims. As these are unforeseeable events it’s not possible for us to safely recommend any level of cover. Our best advice therefore is to select the highest amount of cover you can reasonably afford. We can however offer flexibility on your policy meaning that if you need to raise or lower the level of cover at any time we can accommodate this easily.
You may want to consider run-off cover to provisionally cover you against claims made against you for work done while you were practising. Our advisors will be able to set this up for you at the end of your policy.
This policy is designed to cover the practitioner, not a business or property. If you require extra cover for equipment, we can set this up at the same time with a business or home insurance policy which will offer the relevant cover for your stock, cash and premises too.
If you want to know more about our monthly payment option, please read our dedicated page on Direct Debit.
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