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Be prepared with reflexology liability insurance

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NACAMSStaff
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Be prepared with reflexology liability insurance

Post by NACAMSStaff on Fri Sep 28, 2012 11:18 am

Most adults have heard this old saying: “Expect the best, but plan for the worst.” The concept may not mesh with those folks who believe that by planning for the worst, a person may be somehow attracting or calling those negative scenarios into his or her life. However, there is wisdom within this saying, and planning for the worst does not mean thinking about these negative scenarios over and over again.

For the professional reflexologist, planning for the worst simply means securing reflexology liability insurance, so that you are covered and protected in case a legal claim of some kind does befall you and your practice. Fortunately, once you invest in the right reflexology liability insurance, you can relax and stop thinking about how you would handle an accident or other unfortunate circumstance involving one of your clients.

In fact, some folks may argue that being prepared for the worst by possessing a solid reflexology insurance policy could actually attract more positive scenarios into your life, simply because you will not need to waste any mental energy worrying and wondering about how you would manage if a legal claim did come up from one of your clients. With reflexologist liability insurance in place, you would have peace of mind, which may be considered one of the main keys to success as practitioner in field of healing.

Reflexology liability insurance also should provide you with protection from claims of malpractice, where a client believes he or she suffered some kind of injury due to a lack of skill or competence on the part of the professional reflexologist. Obviously, this is difficult to imagine, but any time a professional is working in such close physical proximity with his or her clients, this type of coverage is advised.

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