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Which Is Better--Occurrence or Claims-Made Coverage?
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Challenging Patient: Should I End the Doctor/Patient Relationship?
Malpractice polices can be customized to fit your individual needs. Here are some aspects of your policy it makes sense to review each year.
You're first at the scene of an auto accident. Storms, fires and natural disasters occur. The threat of terrorism looms. You want to help, but you're unsure how much you can – or should – do. Here are suggestions from Dr. Konarski-Hart.
Sometimes it's easy to get lost in the terminology describing policy types. With this in mind, here are the key differences between Occurrence and Claims-Made policies that really make a difference for most D.C.s.
If you're like many Doctors of Chiropractic, you have patients who are unhappy about the way their health insurers reimburse for chiropractic services. They may even fault you for not intervening on their behalf. Here are tips to avoid a lawsuit or board allegation as a result of a patient who is unhappy with a health insurer's decision.
The fine print of your malpractice insurance policy can be revealing read--and it can cause frustration should you ever face a claim. Here are some important details to look for in a policy.
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