Laser Tattoo Removal Insurance

Protect your business and employees with suitable insurance covers against liability claims

Laser Tattoo Removal Insurance

Managing a Laser Tattoo Removal business is not an easy feat. Whilst generally most lasers are designed with safety in mind, mistakes in laser treatment procedures can still happen. Even with a trained laser technician, liability claims are unavoidable.

Do I need this type of insurance?

There are certain types of cover that a laser tattoo removal clinic needs. This insurance does not only protect you from claims pertaining to mistakes on the tattoo removal procedure itself; it also protects the overall business operation, the practitioners and other clinic workers.

Types of insurance policies for laser tattoo removal clinics

If you own a salon in Australia, you should give yourself, your employees, and your customers the peace of mind that you all deserve.

Professional Indemnity/Medical Malpractice Insurance

is designed to protect your business from claims arising whilst you’re providing professional advice or services. Professional Indemnity Insurance Australia can also assist you with the legal defence, compensation, and settlement costs associated with the claims.

Public Liability Insurance

As a salon owner, you are liable for any third-party injury or damage arising from conducting your business. This can be incidents like slips and falls. Learn more

Product Liability Insurance

Part of running and operating a Laser Tattoo Removal clinic is to sell or supply products. Public and Products Liability cover protects you from any personal injury or damage caused by your goods. If a client makes a claim against you for developing an irritation, product liability policy may cover the compensation costs.

Other business insurance products for Laser Tattoo Removal Clinics

Risks for Laser Clinics are not only related to practice but to business operations as well. Get covered by other business insurance coverage options on top of the above-mentioned policies. These policies below are a recommendation only and are subject to a review of your specific requirements

Management Liability

As a salon owner, you are liable for any third-party injury or damage arising from conducting your business. This can be incidents like slips and falls.

Business Insurance

This protects your business, covering equipment and property damage from accidents, losses due to theft, fire, glass but not limited to. You may also want to consider Business interruption, for the potential loss of income, under certain sections of the business policy.

Tax Audit Insurance

Whether you run a small or large business or work as a contractor. This insurance policy will cover your business for tax auditing by the ATO.

Cyber Insurance

If you maintain a website or a digital record of your customers’ personal information, especially online, you are at risk of a data breach. This policy covers you from data theft.

Workers Compensation

Workers’ compensation is a mandatory requirement for all businesses to cover their staff and contractors in the event of an accident

Personal Accident and Illness Insurance

This policy is for every individual, business owner or contractor, as accidents and sickness do happen to business owners and contractors, this may assist your business to enable you to employ staff to cover you the business owner while you are unable to work to work.

Get in Touch with Sparrow Insurance

At Sparrow Insurance, we believe every business has specific requirements. This is why our team takes the time to thoroughly assess your business structure. 

With our network of insurers in Australia, we can arrange a customised insurance plan. We can also discuss other insurance coverage options and recommend ideal policies that you may need in the future.

Request for a quote online now.

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How much does this insurance cost?

The cost varies from business to business. For quotes, fill out our request form.

How do I apply for this insurance plan?

Talk to us through the Contact Us page or give us a call. We can proceed with the initial consultation, where we can assess your business operations. From there, we can present to you several packages to choose from.

Is worker's compensation mandatory in my clinic?

Yes, in Australia, workers compensation is mandatory. However, the rules vary according to territory and state. This insurance helps both the business owner and the workers under your care in cases where they suffer injury or illness due to your business activities.