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6 Types of Medical Professionals That Should Consider Occurrence Coverage

Young Doctors Flexibility for changes that will affect their career Easy to change coverage in case of selling practice, moving out of state or joining a hospital No tail coverage necessary Recruiters More convenient for large groups that have changes in rosters Doctors who leave the group are covered for their time when they worked […]

Occurrence and Claims-Made Insurance Policies: What’s the Difference?

Claims-Made Claims-made coverage responds to claims based on when the claim is made against an insured. For example, if a claim is made in 2012, based on treatment rendered in 2010, the 2012 claims-made policy responds, as long as the incident occurred after the policy’s retroactive date. The policy’s retroactive date is the date after […]

What to do if your RRG Faces Liquidation!

As we’ve previously discussed, there is a very real distinction between Risk Retention Groups (RRG) vs. Traditional Insurance Companies. When considering coverage anywhere, it is emphatic that you consider more than just the cost of premium. Surely the immediate costs are important but there are other things like coverage considerations (more on coverage differences on […]