NCMIC by the Numbers

In addition to our 70 years of experience, NCMIC has some impressive stats you may not have considered. Take a quick look at NCMIC by the numbers.


NCMIC by the Numbers

I was recently helping a new doctor find information about our malpractice insurance policy on One thing that jumped out at me was the impressive numbers about NCMIC.

I thought I’d share just a few:

  • Over 70 years of experience. In 1946, NCMIC began offering malpractice insurance to Doctors of Chiropractic. That’s decades of experience learning the ins and outs of the profession, so we’re ready to protect and defend your practice.
  • Nearly 40,000 D.C.s. NCMIC insures close to 50 percent of the nation’s Doctors of Chiropractic, representing doctors from all of the chiropractic colleges and universities, as well as all practice philosophies.
  • 97.9% policyholder retention. “We Take Care of Our Own” is more than just our motto. We strive every day to attract and retain our D.C. policyholders by providing them with outstanding products and services.
  • 20 years of premium dividends. Though not guaranteed, NCMIC chiropractic malpractice policyholders have received a premium dividend every year since 1996. These dividends are made possible because of your efforts to enhance patient communications and further your clinical expertise, as well as due to our solid business strategies.
  • $14.3 million in support of chiropractic research and education since 1995.
  • 500 attorneys in our network who are ready to defend our policyholders.
  • 300 years of combined claims experience. Our claims team is second to none. They are ready to answer your malpractice questions, as well as handle your claims with compassion and expertise.
  • 118,342 customer service calls in 2015. We understand sometimes the most efficient way to get information is to ask over the phone. Simply call us at 1-800-247-8043—we’re here to help!

Any one of these numbers might be noteworthy, but collectively they are a remarkable reflection of a company I am proud to work for.

Find out more about what sets NCMIC apart.

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