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How much are insurance premiums for a pediatrician?


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Answered 2007-08-25 13:48:29

There isn't an acruate way to answer this, there are too many variable, (ie amount of coverage needed, underwriting risks etc), contact a good agent and they will be able to assist you with a quote.

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