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How much insurance liability or malpractice should an EMS worker carry and what does it cost?

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2012-10-08 00:23:01
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If your an EMS Worker, Your most likely already covered under your employers policy. So I would check with them first.

Otherwise I'd say start in the 3 to 10 million dollar range might be a good idea on a professional malpractice policy. It really just depends on your exposure though.

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