John Torosian

The Doctors Company: New Subsidiary

Recently The Doctors Company  (TDC) announced the creation of a new excess and surplus lines subsidiary— called TDC Specialty Underwriters, Inc.—to facilitate the expansion of its product and service offerings to a broader and changing array of healthcare industry insurance customers. Available in over 40 states through TDC Specialty Insurance Company for non-admitted business and …

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Do Mobile Medispas Need Medical Malpractice Insurance?

There’s no doubt technology has brought us a long way from the necessity of brick and mortar establishments to sell our goods and services. Not just food trucks, but just about everything is conveniently on wheels nowadays. The medical beauty industry is no stranger to making things more and more convenient for consumers especially with the new popularity …

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MLMIC to Join Berkshire Hathaway Family of Companies

  Medical Liability Mutual Insurance Company (“MLMIC”), based in New York, New York, began its operations in 1975. MLMIC predominantly underwrites professional liability insurance in New York. Recently Berkshire Hathaway Inc. agreed to buy MLMIC which is the largest underwriter of medical professional liability insurance in New York. Lead by Warren Buffett, this acquisition solidifies Berkshire …

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Presidio CEO, Gisela Smith Selected for Nonprofit Advisory Board

    Newbury Park, CA – Gisela Smith, CEO of Presidio Insurance Solutions, has been named to the Advisory Board for You Make The Difference, established in 2014 to spotlight nonprofit organizations in front of charitable givers and potential volunteers. You Make The Difference is a bridge that connects impactful, nonprofits with people looking to give …

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FTCA Wrap Coverage: The What, Why & How

Background The Johnson administration saw an unprecedented prevalence of poverty in the United States during the 1960’s. Coupled with the influence from the Civil Rights Movement, a spotlight had been placed on the struggles of the impoverished, and in his so-called “War on Poverty,” Johnson’s administration combatted inadequate access to medical treatment by bringing forth …

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