Dietitian Liability Insurance

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What Is Dietitian Insurance?

Dietitian insurance is a protection package tailored specifically to fit your needs as a registered dietitian. 

It’s designed to protect you from risks that can take a costly toll on your business. For example, it can cover claims from a client alleging your professional advice harmed them, or a client slipping off of a scale and breaking their wrist.

At Insurance Canopy, we make it easy for you to protect the hard work you’ve put into your career with comprehensive dietitian insurance.

By insuring your dietitian business, you can confidently do what you do best—promoting wellness through education and helping individuals achieve their nutrition goals—without worrying about everyday risks.

How Much Does Dietitian Insurance Cost?

At Insurance Canopy, the cost of dietitian insurance coverage starts at $204 a year, or $18.75 a month. For as little as 56 cents a day, you can protect your business with General Liability and Professional Liability Insurance.

The peace of mind you get from knowing you’re covered from costly claims arising from accidents, malpractice, or property damage is well worth the investment.

To safeguard your dietitian business further, you can add optional coverages like Gear and Equipment Coverage, Cyber Liability Coverage, or Additional Insureds. Insurance Canopy enables you to create the perfect dietitian insurance policy to suit your business needs.

With our fair pricing and customizable coverage, you pay for what you want—and nothing more!

What Liability Insurance Coverage Do Dietitians Need?

As a practicing registered dietitian, you should carry both general and professional liability to protect your business from risks. Both are included in our dietician insurance policy.

General liability insurance covers you for things like damage to rented property or third-party slip-and-fall injuries. Think of general liability as accidents that happen due to your business operations.

Dietitian professional liability insurance (aka “errors and omissions”) covers you if a client is harmed by your advice or if you fail to deliver your professional services. Think of this as claims arising due to what you’ve done (or haven’t done) in the scope of a client service.

Other Coverages to Consider

  • Diet and nutrition endorsement for additional services you might offer clients, like giving them diet guidelines, meal plans, or selling or recommending supplements
  • Gear and equipment (aka inland marine) protection against theft or damage to your transportable business gear, supplies, and inventory
  • Cyber liability coverage in case your website is hacked or customer data is stolen

If you rent office space or perform services at another venue, like a fitness or medical center, you’ll also likely need the ability to add this third party to your policy as an additional insured. With dietician insurance from Insurance Canopy, you can do this right from your dashboard, 24/7.

Insurance Canopy’s dietitian insurance gives you the coverage you need, so you can have peace of mind while helping your clients achieve their nutrition goals.

Why Choose Insurance Canopy’s Liability Insurance for Dietitians

At Insurance Canopy, our liability insurance offers precisely the coverage you need to work with confidence. Our policy combines general and professional liability insurance for dietitians with the option of additional coverages—think of it as the ultimate wellness plan for your dietitian business.

Note: Our dietitian insurance policy is an add-on to our fitness instructor policy that provides coverage to dietitians and nutritionists offering diet guidelines, meal plans, or the sale/recommendation of supplements. It is offered as a policy package starting at $204/year.

Coverage Details

General & Professional Liability Limits

The most your policy can pay annually for bodily injury and property damage claims occurring during your coverage as a result of your business operations or professional services. For example, someone slips in your studio or is injured during a workout you were leading.


The maximum amount your policy will pay annually for claims of bodily injury or property damage due to an incident that occurred with a product during or after your class, such as a faulty piece of equipment injuring a client.


The amount your policy will pay for claims arising out of one or more of the following offenses:
– False Arrest, detention or imprisonment
– Malicious prosecution
– Wrongful Eviction or Wrongful Entry
– Oral or written publications that slander or libels a person or organization
– Oral or written publication or material that violates a person’s right of privacy
– The use of another’s advertising idea in your advertisement


The maximum the insurance carrier will pay for a bodily injury or property damage claim that you become legally obligated to pay due to your business and professional services.


Applies to damage by fire to premises rented to the insured and to damage regardless of cause to premises (including contents) occupied by the insured for 7 days or less.


A no-fault medical policy that allows you to cover medical or funeral expenses for an individual up to the issued limit without deducting from the general liability aggregate limit. The injury or death must be as a result of a bodily injury caused by business operations.


The amount we deduct from a claim before paying up to your policy limits.


Optional Add-ons

Also known as “inland marine,” it covers property that is movable or transportable in nature (e.g. supplies, equipment, or inventory) but excludes coverage for structures and items that are a permanent part of the structure.


The maximum amount paid out in the case of a cyber attack on your business. Because this coverage is not automatically included in the standard General Liability Policy, you will need to opt into this coverage. See the application for additional coverage details for Cyber Liability Insurance.


Coverage for additional services you offer clients, such as diet guidelines, meal plans, or the sale/recommendation of health supplements. These services are not covered by professional liability and require Diet & Nutrition Coverage.

Included when added

Coverage for a third party, such as a business, property owner, event organizer, or employer. It cannot be used for employees, friends or family, other trainers, yourself, or other businesses you may own.


Coverage for multiple third parties, such as a business, property owner, event organizer, or employer. It cannot be used for employees, friends or family, other trainers, yourself, or other businesses you may own.


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Questions About Dietitian Insurance

Choosing the right insurance is critical.
You can’t afford gaps in your coverage that could put you out of business.
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Need additional information before making a decision?

Give our team a call today at 844.520.6993

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Dietitian insurance from Insurance Canopy offers you A+ rated professional and general liability coverage to give you peace of mind and help you focus on your clients.
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