Medical Practices


As if caring for patients wasn’t enough, your practice needs constant attention to stay profitable and healthy. From business insurance to employee benefits—you need a provider that speaks your industry language, and knows exactly what you need to protect. In an economy where people are concerned about their finances more than ever, they look for reasons to file suits to gain quick cash. While you tend to your patients, let us take care of making sure you have proper insurance coverage.

$10,000 in Legal Fees
A patient in the insured’s nursing home was dropped while being transferred to a wheelchair and subsequently died later that same day. Initially, the death certificate provided that the fatality was due to the accident, noting minor blunt head injury to the patient. Thereafter, representatives of the nursing home, including its attorney, met with the county coroner who subsequently modified the death certificate to indicate that the injury from the fall was not a major cause of the patient’s death. The estate of the deceased patient sued the nursing home, the Insured, and the coroner alleging improper interference with the wrongful death claim against the nursing home. The estate demanded damages for the alleged reduction in the value of its case..


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The claim scenarios described here are offered solely to illustrate the types of situations that may result in claims. The precise coverage afforded by any insurer is subject to the terms and conditions of the policies as issued. Whether or to what extent a particular loss is covered depends on the facts and circumstances of the loss, the terms and conditions of the policy as issued and applicable law.