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Answered 2011-12-02 22:30:54

Malpractice insurance can be obtained from many insurance companies. The premium on the policy will vary by field of practice and services rendered. Riskier fields will command a higher premium.

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Personal Injury in a malpractice policy protects the policy holder if a client claims the professional (Dr. lawyer, accountant etc.) actions caused personal injury.

You would want to choose a Medical Malpractice Policy from the company of your choice.

Typically Yes. Dentists can often provide services that present a financial exposure that needs the protection afforded by a good insurance policy.

Generally, the purchaser of the policy has to face it, especially in light of the usual practice of insurance carriera.

A Loss payee on a Professional liability Malpractice Insurance Policy would be the injured party claiming loss or damages as a result of the actions or in-actions of the Named Insured Professional

An insurance policy that aims to protect business owners and employees when they are found to be at fault for a specific event such as misjudgment. Typical examples of indemnity insurance include professional insurance policies such as malpractice insurance.

A policy that has emergency/physician provisions may be best.

All doctors have to carry a medical malpractice insurance. Dr. Manuel Romero Gutierrez of Tijuana, Mexico would also have a policy, Dr. Gutierrez has reviews of doing amazing work.

Professional liability limits vary from physician to physician, but $1M/$3M is the most commonly offered and purchased policy.

They are one and the same thing. The term "Malpractice Insurance" to describe a professional liability insurance policy is most often used in the medical professions and sometimes legal professions.

Buy a piercing-specific policy. Assuming you have a store, it will cover inventory, lost wages, etc. You can't buy a policy for body piercing unless you have several years of verifiable experiance, then you still will not be able to purchase malpractice insurance.

Your dad should add you to his policy, if you crash during training, someones insurance would need to be responsible, and if you are not on a policy, no insurance company will pay the claim.

There is generally not a special form used for a life insurance policy issued to a physician. That said, if you are concerned with the cash surrender value, a whole life insurance policy (rather than a term life insurance policy) is implicated. The cash surrender value changes (usually increases) as the policy matures. The amount of the cash surrender value is shown on a schedule on the declarations page of the policy. The declarations page is one of the first pages of the policy which identifies the insured, the policy number, the amount of policy benefits and other information.

It is a composite insurance policy(:

Professional Liability Insurance or an Errors and Omissions policy provides coverage for liabilities that may arise from the practice of your profession.

A lawyer has to have their own license to practice. The company may have a company insurance policy to cover them all, the licensing is for an individual.

The Policy Holder of a life insurance policy is the executor of the said policy.

call them and ask them to fax your insurance policy.

The patient or beneficiary of a policy gives authorization of the administrator of the policy to forward payment for a covered procedure or or monies due directly to the treating facility or physician.

The cost of such treatment varies depending on your personal health needs and your health insurance policy, as well as the policy of the physician or hospital administering the treatment.

The direct way is to ask. If he/she does, there should be little problem with showing proof of insurance to you. This would be in the form of the policy that the insurance company sent to the dentist. Some, but not all states may require a minimum level of malpractice insurance for a medical professional to renew and maintain their license. You would need to find out whether there is such a requirement in your state by contacting the state agency that licenses health professionals, or the state board of dentistry. Either one or both may maintain a record of insurance.

Depends on the state and your insurance policy. call your local agent.

It is not important to have a life insurance policy.

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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