It’s no secret that the practice of medicine is a high-risk profession. Medical malpractice lawsuits can be costly and damaging, both financially and to one’s reputation. That’s why it’s so important for doctors to have adequate malpractice insurance coverage. But what happens if you are sued after your liability insurance policy has lapsed or you’ve
Medical Malpractice Insurance policies can be confusing, and most allied healthcare providers are unsure whether to get an Occurrence or a Claims Made policy. The answer to this question really depends on your employer, your employment status, and your future career plans. First, a definition of each type of policy may be helpful: Claims-made Coverage
If you’re looking at a big shift in your professional life—if you’re moving, or mulling retirement, or simply switching practices—and are currently covered under a claims-made policy, it’s important to start looking into tail coverage right away. Tail insurance fills in the coverage gap caused by the cancellation of a claims-made policy. When a big
As experts in the field of medical malpractice insurance solutions we here at eQuoteMD frequently hear a handful of the same questions and misconceptions voiced by our clients, and in the broader media. So we thought we’d take this opportunity to share a few facts about medical malpractice and malpractice insurance that may surprise you.