Registered Psychiatric Nurses, Partnering with People

What protection is provided?

You can see a copy of the insurance policy here.

The insuring agreement makes the following provisions:

  1. TO PAY on behalf of the insured all sums which the insured shall be legally obligated to pay as damage, including damages for care, loss of services, because of bodily injury, sickness or disease, including death at any time resulting therefrom, sustained by any person or persons during the policy period and arising out of the rendering or failing to render professional services in the practice of the insured’s profession as a psychiatric nurse, committed during the policy period.
  2. TO DEFEND at its own cost in the name and on behalf of the insured any and all suits brought against the insured seeking to enforce any such claim or claims.
  3. TO PAY all legal expenses taxed against the insured in any such defended suit and any interest accruing after the date of judgement upon the part of the judgement which is within the limits of the liability as expressed in the policy, and all expenses incurred by the insured for investigation, negotiation or defence of such claims and the expenses incurred by the insured for such immediate surgical or medical relief as shall be imperative at the time of any such sickness, disease or injury was sustained.