Medical Malpractice Insurance
Medical Malpractice Insurance
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What is medical malpractice insurance?
Medical malpractice insurance is a type of professional liability insurance that helps protect healthcare professionals against claims of injury and medical negligence. A medical malpractice insurance policy is often carried by physicians, nurses, physical therapists, and other medical professionals as a way to be protected from certain liability claims and damages. Sometimes referred to as Med Mal or medical liability insurance, this type of policy can also provide a lawyer if a case goes to court.
We know your job is taking care of your patients and clients. Our job is to provide the coverage you need. The GEICO Insurance Agency, has teamed up with Berxi, part of Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance Company, to make insurance easy for you. Together, we're ready to help you with affordable coverage, same-day coverage, 24/7 access to your online account, and a team specialized in medical malpractice. Get your fast and free medical malpractice insurance quote today.
Who needs medical malpractice insurance coverage?
Medical malpractice is essential for healthcare and fitness professionals. Berxi offers malpractice insurance policies to the following:
- Nurse Practitioners
- Physical Therapists
- Licensed Practical Nurses
- Yoga Instructors
- Personal Trainers
- Physician Assistants
- Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs)
- Registered Nurses
- Nursing students and more
You've worked hard to build your reputation. Make sure you have the protection you need. Berxi's trained team of experts will be here when you need them.
How much does medical malpractice insurance cost?
The cost of medical malpractice insurance depends on things like:
- Professional specialty
- Years of experience
- How often you work
- Any previous claims filed against you
What does medical malpractice insurance cover?
Medical malpractice coverage is for legal claims due to allegations of negligence and malpractice. Berxi offers malpractice insurance options that include flexible limits of liability coverage and convenient payment plans. The most common medical malpractice coverages provided by Berxi are:
What are medical malpractice insurance "limits" and how do they work?
Medical malpractice insurance limits are similar to what you may see on your car insurance policy. Med mal limits break down into 2 parts shown below:
Example: $1 Million/$3 Million
- The 1st number ($1 million) is the amount of money your policy will pay for each claim.
- The 2nd number ($3 million) is the total amount your policy will cover you for each policy year.
Need to speak with us about medical malpractice insurance?
You can reach Berxi at (833) 923-3001.
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How can I learn more about medical malpractice insurance?Visit our medical malpractice insurance info page to learn more about how medical malpractice insurance can help you.
Where can I manage my medical malpractice policy?It's easy to manage your policy with Berxi. Please see Berxi's contact info, for help to make a payment, file a claim, and more.
Do you offer other business insurance coverage?We offer a wide range of business insurance products that could help protect you and your business. To help narrow down what you need, you can visit our business insurance page.
For online quotes:
GEICO Insurance Agency, LLC has teamed up with Berxi, a division of Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance Company, to provide medical malpractice insurance products. When you click on "START QUOTE", or "free medical malpractice insurance quote” you will be taken to the Berxi website, which is not owned or controlled by GEICO.
The above is meant as general information and as general policy descriptions to help you understand the different types of coverages. These descriptions do not refer to any specific contract of insurance and they do not modify any definitions, exclusions or any other provision expressly stated in any contracts of insurance. We encourage you to speak to your insurance representative and to read your policy contract to fully understand your coverages.