49 Pa. Code § 5.41 - Certification of professional liability insurance

(a) A licensee who is practicing in this Commonwealth shall maintain professional liability insurance or an approved self-insurance plan for professional liability in the minimum amount of $100,000 per occurrence and $300,000 per annual aggregate.
(b) A licensee shall certify compliance with subsection (a) on the licensee's biennial registration application. A registration will not be issued unless the licensee provides the certification which shall consist of a certificate of insurance or copy of the declaration page from the insurance policy setting forth the effective date, expiration date and policy coverage in the amounts required. If the licensee requests a waiver of the requirement for professional liability insurance in accordance with § 5.43 (relating to waiver of requirement for professional liability insurance), the licensee's application for biennial registration will be conditionally approved pending determination of the waiver request by the Board and the issuance of a final order thereon.
(c) A licensee shall make available to the Board or its agents all records, relating to the licensee's maintenance of professional liability insurance, including policies, cancelled checks, receipts or other proofs of premium payment or compliance with standards for self-insurance plans.
(d) A licensee is not required to maintain professional liability insurance for a biennial registration period in which a license has been classified as inactive or unregistered and the licensee has not practiced in this Commonwealth. Professional liability insurance is required for any portion of the biennial registration period in which the license is active.


49 Pa. Code § 5.41
The provisions of this § 5.41 adopted December 27, 1991, effective 12/28/1991, 21 Pa.B. 5944.

The provisions of this § 5.41 issued under section 302 of the Chiropractic Practice Act (63 P. S. § 625.302).

This section cited in 49 Pa. Code § 5.12 (relating to licensure by examination); 49 Pa. Code § 5.13 (relating to licensure by reciprocity); 49 Pa. Code § 5.17 (relating to biennial registration; unregistered status and inactive status; failure to renew; address of record); 49 Pa. Code § 5.42 (relating to notification of termination of coverage); and 49 Pa. Code § 5.44 (relating to effective date).

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