Nurses provide medical care to patients, often in hospitals and nursing homes, but sometimes in the form of home care as well. Due to the nature of their job, nurses are vulnerable to certain types of risks that are common in the industry.
Take, for example, a situation where a nurse gives a patient a particular medication prescribed by the doctor. After a while, the patient starts to have an adverse reaction to the drug. Even though the nurse was only following orders, they still get sued by the patient’s family. Given that legal fees and Court costs could go past thousands of dollars, such an event could permanently affect a nurse’s life.
Insurance coverage can protect your career and finances by providing you with the financial range you need to protect yourself against these risks.
Why Do Nurses Need Insurance?
Aside from the risk of being potentially sued by …