NZNO's indemnity insurance
policy covers caregivers in their work, as well as registered nurses and other registered health practitioners.
Other problems that indemnity insurance
can help solve include those relating to lost documents, issues of access, poorly-worded legal documents, restrictive covenants or even properties built on unmade roads.
Fee for Service: also known as indemnity insurance
, is the traditional method that doctors and other health care providers use to set their fees for each procedure or service they perform.
Professional Indemnity Insurance
in South Africa is a report about the South African market for and distribution of policies covering professional liability.
Braun continued: Many professional bodies have already made the purchasing of Professional Indemnity insurance
obligatory because often their members are in advisory positions and are therefore exposed to high liability risk.
All employees, whether in the private or public sector, are covered by their employer's indemnity insurance
and there should not be any need for you to take out this type of insurance.
The second option is to obtain indemnity insurance
, in a similar way as though you were purchasing with a mortgage.
ATMS naturopathy members need to hold a Diploma of Naturopathy, current professional indemnity insurance
of a minimum of $1 million and current senior first aid.
All NZNO members overseas have indemnity insurance
and receive Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand.
The Halifax is hoping to attract a bigger share of the home loan market by abolishing mortgage indemnity insurance
charges for borrowers applying for the majority of loans.
would provide Medicare supplement and hospital indemnity insurance
But when he tried to sue, he found the architect had no indemnity insurance