malpractice insurance


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Noun1.malpractice insurance - insurance purchased by physicians and hospitals to cover the cost of being sued for malpracticemalpractice insurance - insurance purchased by physicians and hospitals to cover the cost of being sued for malpractice; "obstetricians have to pay high rates for malpractice insurance"
insurance - promise of reimbursement in the case of loss; paid to people or companies so concerned about hazards that they have made prepayments to an insurance company
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The public should not take our words as seriously as our actions, and requiring malpractice insurance for those in private practice, especially for small firms and solo practitioners, would show that we truly mean what we say.
Global Banking News-November 8, 2016--NFP takes over Malpractice Insurance Agency
8 November 2016 - New York-based insurance broker NFP Corp has acquired Laguna Beach, California-based insurance broker Malpractice Insurance Agency, LLC, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 24, 2016-The Hilb Group Acquires New Jersey Medical Malpractice Insurance Firm
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The statutory clarification that the Medical Malpractice Insurance Pool ("MMIP") is not required to offer a second layer of excess medical malpractice insurance coverage is extended from July 1, 2013 to July 1, 2018.
THE ASSOCIATION of Optometrists continues to fight on behalf of its members in the dispute between Boots and its franchisees over the company's medical malpractice insurance demands (see previous OT stories).
Cinoman was required in February 1999, as a condition of his privileges, to maintain medical malpractice insurance separate from that afforded him by any insurance provided by Defendants?
Nevertheless, many smaller firms do not actually have such coverage--roughly half of all CPA firms {as opposed to individual CPAs) do not have malpractice insurance, raising the question of whether malpractice insurance makes sense for all CPA firms.
My first article for this column five years ago advised nurses to purchase and maintain malpractice insurance warning, "If you think it will never happen to you, think again
Michael Frank fields his share of calls from partner groups asking for insight on how to keep a lid on malpractice insurance costs.