What do you do when your medical malpractice coverage is non-renewed, cancelled, or skyrockets?

By |2021-03-30T19:48:36+00:00July 27th, 2020|Consulting, Malpractice Insurance|

Your medical malpractice coverage can suddenly be canceled or drastically increase in cost for many reasons, which we discuss in this post. If you find yourself dropped or priced-out by your current insurer, MEDPLI has the expertise to quickly get you a policy from an A-rated insurer no matter what your circumstances are. [...]

Oregon: Medical Malpractice Requirements, Insurance Rates, and Insurance Payout Data

By |2021-08-12T16:09:42+00:00July 22nd, 2020|Malpractice Insurance|

Oregon: Medical Malpractice Insurance Requirements for 2020 Oregon carries no legal requirement that doctors carry medical malpractice insurance. Though there is no legal requirement, most hospitals in Oregon require that doctors have malpractice coverage in order to treat patients. Oregon’s state constitution prohibits caps on non-economic damages in personal injury cases, but [...]

Washington: Medical Malpractice Requirements, Insurance Rates, and Insurance Payout Data

By |2021-08-12T16:10:48+00:00July 15th, 2020|Malpractice Insurance|

Washington: Medical Malpractice Insurance Requirements for 2020 The state of Washington does not require that doctors and physicians carry medical malpractice insurance. However, there is no cap on damages, and the state is legally required to collect information from doctors about medical malpractice insurance claims. As it is with most hospitals and [...]

Arizona: Medical Malpractice Requirements, Insurance Rates, and Insurance Payout Data

By |2021-08-12T16:11:43+00:00July 7th, 2020|Malpractice Insurance|

Arizona: Medical Malpractice Insurance Requirements for 2020 There is no legal requirement in the state of Arizona for physicians to carry medical malpractice insurance. However, there is also no cap on damages; in fact, a cap on damages is prohibited by Arizona's state constitution. Regardless of state law, many Arizona hospitals and [...]

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