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Esthetician Insurance Highlights and Coverage
What Else Does Elite Beauty Society Esthetician Insurance Cover?
The best esthetician insurance policies will provide essential coverage for the liabilities that can present themselves in the normal course of business to esthetician professionals. General liability, also referred to as slip and fall insurance, covers members from a loss event occurring simply from having a customer enter your premises. As the moniker implies, a simple puddle of water on the floor which causes a client to slip and fall can give rise to a claim. In this case, the member would be covered up to $2 Million per occurrence and $3 Million aggregately per year. Professional Liability claims are also called malpractice claims because they occur while you’re performing your discipline’s service. An example would be if you applied wax that was too hot and a patient were burned as a result. In this case, your professional liability limits would cover the claim up to the same limits as your general liability coverage. EBS also provides product liability coverage, up to $2 Million per occurrence and per year if an equipment malfunction were to cause an injury.
In addition, we’ve included important ancillary coverages like rental damage and stolen equipment. Rental damages cover the expense if there were any damage to a facility that was rented up to $100,000. It’s never fun when equipment goes missing, so we’ve also included $1,000 worth of stolen equipment coverage in our insurance policies.
But we don’t stop there, in addition to the comprehensive coverages listed, members also receive identity theft protection, a free professional website, and access to members-only discounts on top esthetician gear and accessories. It’s always good to be informed and we invite you to compare us to the competition. Once you discover how EBS compares you’ll know why we are voted number one for esthetician insurance.
What Type of Insurance Should an Esthetician Have?
At a minimum, an esthetician insurance policy should provide comprehensive coverage for each discipline that you choose to offer to clients. The policy should include provisions for general liability, as well as, professional liability claims. Elite Beauty Society liability insurance coverage provides generous provisions for each of these, all the way up to $2 million per claim and a $3 million annual aggregate. But unlike other skin care insurance providers, we don’t stop with the bare minimum. Elite Beauty Society plans also come with the added protections we’ve learned are vital to an esthetician business such as coverage for stolen equipment, rental damage, and even identity theft protection.
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Coverage Tailored to Esthetics Professionals
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$25,000 Identity Protection Plan
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Elite Beauty Society Esthetician Insurance
Estheticians know skin care routines, regimens, and treatments. They are licensed professionals with hundreds of hours of required training to help those under their care look and feel great. However, even the most skilled estheticians, giving clients their utmost attention and care, can still find themselves facing a claim against them for damages as a result of some form of loss event. One of the most cost-effective safeguards available is to have comprehensive liability insurance. Interested but unsure where to start? Below we’ll walk through some of the more frequently asked questions we’ve received from fellow estheticians seeking the peace of mind coverage affords.
Protecting Your Esthetics Career
Whether you are renting a space at a salon/spa, work in you own beauty spa, or as a freelance beauty professional, purchasing an esthetician insurance policy supports and protects your career wherever you go.
Liability Insurance provides peace of mind and assurance no matter where your career takes you as a skin care professional.
A little insurance knowledge about aesthetics can empower you to make the right decision when it comes to researching and purchasing a professional and general liability insurance policy.
Below is a complete breakdown of everything you need to know before purchasing an esthetician insurance policy in 2019.
What Is Professional Liability Insurance For Estheticians?
As an esthetician, you are responsible for the health and welfare of your clients. Your education and experience enables you to offer your clients excellent services. But you have a responsibility to protect your most precious asset—your career. Let’s face it: Accidents happen. But you can be prepared for the unexpected.
Professional Liability Insurance is a form of risk management in which the insured skincare professional can be protected and relieved of the financial responsibility of a potential loss.
What does that mean?
It is designed to protect skincare professionals from claims arising outside of their direct professional skills.
Why Do Estheticians Need Insurance?
In any industry, accidents are inevitable and unpredictable.
The average claim in the spa industry is $5,500! Without insurance, this cost would come 100% out of your own pocket.
By carrying esthetician liability insurance, you can transfer the risk of monetary loss to your insurance provider. You no longer have to carry the emotional stress of figuring out how you’re going to pay a claim or defend yourself during the investigation period.
It only takes a single lawsuit or claim to bankrupt you.
You are a skin care professional with specialized training and certification. Though you may not be ultimately responsible for an injury or damages, your role makes you a target.
Even baseless claims require you to defend yourself.
Legal defense can be costly.
Do I Need An Esthetician Liability Insurance Policy If I'm Only Working Part-Time?
Yes, even for a part-time esthetician, you will still be performing the same hands-on treatments with a variety of tools and apparatuses that can, unfortunately, give rise to a claim being filed against you. A client’s adverse reaction to a body wrap or a burn from wax that was too hot are both real-life scenarios that have led to actual claims being filed against estheticians. Some states even require estheticians to carry professional liability insurance in order to obtain and/or renew their licenses. Be sure to check the State Board for your discipline in the state in which you desire to practice before setting up shop.
Do I Need To Be Licensed To Buy Insurance From Elite Beauty Society?
Yes, professional esthetician liability insurance from Elite Beauty Society requires individuals to be licensed or certified in accordance with any regulations regarding their profession in the states in which they practice. For more information on state licensing requirements go to estheticianedu.org.
How Soon After Purchasing Does My Insurance Go Into Affect?
What Are The Unique Benefits To An Elite Beauty Society Policy?
Elite Beauty Society offers many additional member benefits designed to help you and your business thrive. In addition to a comprehensive professional liability insurance policy, you’ll receive award winning service from our insurance specialists that can help you anytime you need to contact us. You’ll also receive instant coverage the moment you sign up for a policy. Finally, you’ll have access to exclusive, members-only benefits like an identity theft protection plan, stolen equipment coverage, a free professional website, and discounts from some of the top names in esthetician products and accessories.
What's The Difference Between Esthetician Insurance and Beautician Insurance?
Estheticians generally focus their practice on skin care and the variety of treatments and regimens associated therein. Comparatively, beauticians, or cosmetologists, tend to focus on hair, nails, and the application of make-up. However, there are many examples of estheticians that perform certain cosmetology treatments within their practice and vice versa. In fact, some states will allow one license to cover both disciplines, but be sure to check with your State Board for details. Elite Beauty Society’s liability insurance policy covers esthetics, as well as, more than 350 additional beauty and wellness services, including cosmetology, nail technicians, and even salon business owners insurance.
My Policy Has Expired, Am I Still Covered For A Claim During That Time?
We want you to have absolute peace of mind and the assurance you’ll be covered no matter what. So unlike other insurance carriers out there, Elite Beauty Society uses occurrence form coverage in our professional liability insurance policies. This means that even if your policy is expired and someone files a claim against you, you’re still covered as long as the claim event occurred during the period when your policy was still in effect.
I'm Still Training To Become An Esthetician, Do I Really Need Coverage?
Unless you like gambling with your future, definitely. Even while in training, you’ll have client-facing situations and other circumstances where a claim event could occur. Without insurance, you’ll face having to pay for these claims out of your own pocket. For students who are enrolled in esthetician courses and are not licensed yet, you may still purchase a comprehensive esthetician professional liability insurance policy at an incredible rate of just $25 for a full year of coverage. When you sign up prior to graduating your courses, you receive the full limits of coverage and all of our members-only benefits of the professional program for a full 12 months.
How Much Does Elite Beauty Society Esthetician Insurance Cost?
In addition to all-inclusive coverage, we also offer a tremendous array of exclusive, members-only benefits. Recently, we’ve also been able to add microblading coverage to our insurance plans. This addition is only $499 per year.
What's The Difference Between Aesthetician Insurance And Esthetician Insurance?
No difference there. Aesthetician is just a common misspelling of esthetician.
What Services Do We Cover?
We offer coverage for more than 350 beauty and wellness services.
High Quality Service – Lowest Price, With No Hidden Fees
Your esthetician liability insurance policy protects you and your practice. Elite Beauty Society provides perks and benefits that other liability insurance companies just don’t offer.
When shopping for professional esthetician liability insurance, price can be a major deciding factor. But, does more expensive really mean more benefits and coverage? With other competitors, membership fees are required in order to obtain liability insurance. With Elite Beauty Insurance, no membership fees are required to become insured, and you receive all of the benefits and comprehensive coverage limits without any extra or hidden fees.
Still Have Questions?
Our live customer service representatives are available 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EDT. We want to be sure you feel confident, so we have an after-hours line, too! If you need to update your policy information or have any questions about our program, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1800.326.5566
The Liability master policy is issued to the Insurance Plus Risk Purchasing Group, members of which are also members of Protection Plan Association, Inc. The Identity Protection Plan is powered by Identity Fraud, Inc., Walnut Creek, CA, whose members include members of Protection Plan Association, Inc. The Doyle Group. is the insurance partner for Elite Beauty Insurance. Willis of New York, Inc., a 50-state licensed broker, is the broker for all coverage under the Elite Beauty Insurance program. Willis of New York, Inc. also serves as excess and surplus lines broker for the Elite Beauty Insurance program. Professional Liability and Commercial General Liability coverage under the Elite Beauty Insurance program is underwritten in the surplus lines market by Aspen Specialty Insurance Company, which is rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company. Persons insured by surplus lines companies are not eligible for recourse through any state guarantee fund for the obligations of an insolvent insurer. Elite Beauty Insurance is included as a member benefit of Protection Plan Association, Inc., an association for health, wellness and beauty professionals and students created for the purpose of providing valuable and important benefits and services to its members. Neither Insurance Plus Risk Purchasing Group, Protection Plan Association, Inc, The Doyle Group or Elite Beauty Insurance are insurers. 820 A1A N Highway, Suite W18 Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082