Nebraska Cosmetology Insurance
As a practicing cosmetology professional in the state of Nebraska, it is your number one goal to have your clients leave each appointment feeling and looking their best. You’ll work with a number of clients on a daily basis. Each with different skin, different hair. And, sometimes you may not be aware that a potential lawsuit is looming in your future.
Fortunately, you can prepare your career and your bank account for that unforeseen claim against you. Carrying the right beauty liability insurance can save both your reputation and your business—see how.
What Does Cosmetology Insurance Cover?
- Hair Styling
- Skin Care
- Nail Decorations
Design, Cut, & style
Flash or Balyage Highlights
Affordable Prices. Unmatched Coverage.
Instant access to your insurance certificate, hundreds of dollars in exclusive member benefits, and additional coverages at no additional cost.
Per 2 Years
Lock-in a rate of $149 per year, by purchasing our two-year policy, with all the same benefits.
Protect your career & Receive the peace of mind that you deserve with the #1 rated liability insurance in the industry.
Protect yourself in school & after. Buy a policy before graduation for a full year of discounted coverage.
Policy Highlights & Benefits
The #1 Choice for Cosmetology Liability Insurance
Our policy was designed specifically for beauty professionals. Insure your career today with the most affordable and comprehensive coverage available.
Nebraska Cosmetology FAQs
If you are at least 17 years old, have at least a high school education or equivalent, and have completed first aid class, you are eligible to obtain a cosmetology license in the state of Nebraska.
You will have to complete 2,100 school hours (2,000 credits) and pass both written and practical exams.
Yes, both a cosmetology license and 925 training hours are required to be a cosmetology instructor.
Yes, eight CE hours are required biennially.
A person practicing cosmetology must renew his or her license biennially by December 31 of even-numbered years—plus pay a $118 dollar fee.
No problem, just make sure you are licensed in another jurisdiction issued on the basis of written and practical exams and complete a cosmetology course consisting of at least 2,100 hours.
Why do I need cosmetology insurance?
You may be thinking you will be okay without choosing beauty insurance coverage. You have been taught safe practice techniques. Or, you’re a seasoned cosmetologist with years of practice behind you, and nothing has happened yet. It’s impossible to predict when you may make a mistake in the future or a client suffers an unexpected injury.
Choosing your own liability insurance coverage, you are able to protect both your credibility as a professional and your business against any possibility of future claims filed against you. After putting in thousands of hours to get your license and working so hard to achieve success in your career, why leave losing it all to chance? The simple solution—carrying cosmetology insurance.