Malpractice Insurance for Florida Nurse Practitioners.

You're part of a medical team that can diagnose, treat and prescribe to patients, so you're more vulnerable to the threat of a malpractice suit. NSO malpractice insurance can help you have a financially stable future.


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Employer-provided coverage may not be enough.

NSO malpractice insurance for Nurse Practitioners in Florida is tailored to the increased risk of your professional responsibilities, yet priced at an affordable rate.

Policy features:

Paid over and above policy limits.
Up to $25,000 aggregate.
Up to $1,000 per day / $25,000 aggregate.
Up to $10,000 aggregate.
Up to $1 million each claim / $3 million aggregate. Higher limits available.
Up to $10,000 aggregate.
Up to $25,000 aggregate.
Up to $10,000 aggregate.
Up to $25,000 per person / $100,000 aggregate

*  Limit shared with Professional Liability
** Assault coverage not available in Texas

Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions. We have answers. (It's why we're here.)

Why do I need an individual professional liability policy? Won't my employer's insurance policy cover me?

Professional liability insurance safeguards you against allegations of malpractice. While your employer may provide coverage for you, it may not be enough to cover you in all cases. Your employer's policy is designed to preserve the employers' needs and interests first.

I'm starting my own company. Do you have a policy that will cover my company for malpractice?

Yes. NSO offers professional liability insurance to nursing firms, providing many of the same coverages our individual program offers. Our coverage can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your firm. Get more information on our affordable liability coverage for nursing firms.

I work for several different employers. Will that affect my coverage or rate?

Not necessarily. The rate you pay is based on whether you are an individual or a business. If you're an individual, it also depends on whether you receive a W2 or 1099 tax form. Talk with a NSO representative for more information.

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