The average premium in 2006 was $19,558 (range of $2,921 to $77,436) and Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio and West Virginia continue to lead the nation in average premium costs.
As you can see from the range, rating have too many variables so contacting a agent or agents for quotes would be a good place to start.
$750.00 a year
wala naman human rights sa pilipinas kaya wala malpractice insurance mga doctors
around $550/year (2012 quote).
15 to 35,000 per year in 2012
Malpractice insurance costs are determined by the type of coverage that is chosen. Average premiums for pediatricians for malpractice insurance are $12,000 per year.
It depends on where the Radiologist physician is practicing. For example: A Cook County Illinois Radiologist doctor will pay about $30k-$40k annually for their malpractice insurance depending on what discounts they qualify for.
There is no "one size fits all" answer. The cost of malpractice insurance varies widely depending on many variables such as length of time in practice, size of practice, past malpractice experience, etc. Policies may cost a few thousand a year, upwards to tens of thousands a year.
It depends on which state the doctor practices in and on in speciality he or she practices. Some specialities are more risky, and require a doctor to have more expensive malpractice insurance. States have different rates for medical malpractice insurance. Minnesota has the lowest rate for surgeons, but it can vary largely in every state.
Could be up to $300,000 dollars in some states. Average malpractice insurance for surgeons is around $30,000 however. Neurosurgeons have such high insurance premiums because the threat of malpractice is so high.
It is different for each State. The cost is greatest in Los Angeles, and New York City. Lowest in North Dakota.
You would have to indicate what profession you are in before any insurer could begin to give you an estimate.