I hear Mary Poppins had her policy via Traveler's.
October 10, 2011 8:29 AM Subscribe
I need to get liability insurance to cover part-time nannying in my home.
posted by sonika to work & money (3 answers total)
Yeah, that's pretty much the question right there.
My preliminary research suggests that such a thing is possible under homeowner's insurance, and my one caveat here is that we rent - so I'm wondering where exactly that falls in. Where would we buy a policy that covers this? Would our landlord be liable in a potential lawsuit involving childcare provided by me in the house that he owns? Is he covered under his own homeowner's insurance?
In your answers, please assume the most paranoid possible scenario. If I'm going to be prepared to do this, it's better to be over-prepared rather than under.