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Every doctor's insurance premium is different. It depends on your specialty, your claims history, what procedures you do, where you practice, the type and amount of coverage requested and God lone knows what else.

The forms we teem out to get coverage are something like 20 pages long.

Most states require that doctors hold malpractice (professional liability) insurance in command to be licensed.

Malpractice insurance covers the cost of defending a lawsuit that a patient or patient's relatives brings against you if they assert that harm be caused by laid-back medical practice.

Even is a doctor does nothing wrong, the cost of defending a lawsuit is $30,000 or more. If the court finds within the plaintiff's favor, the cost of that doctor's insurance skyrockets.

Policies may cost only $20,000 or so a year, or up to $250,000.

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