Fortunately for the Florida dentist, there are now several dental malpractice insurance companies in the State who are issuing dental malpractice insurance policies. Picking the right one is important, especially at the time of a claim. The following are some…Read More
When you, as a Florida dentist, join an existing practice or clinic, it is very important to review the employment contract to understand your rights and responsibilities regarding group dental malpractice insurance. You should pay special attention to the limits…Read More
We are asked this question all the time. The Florida dentist will say to us: “I know you have a better dental malpractice insurance policy with a better dental malpractice insurance company for a better price. But…I have been told…Read More
I am a Florida General Dentist who places implants. Should Dental Malpractice Insurance Companies charge me more for my Dental Malpractice Insurance?
Most of the major dental malpractice insurance companies are “rating up” for dentists who place implants in their dental patients. This is a trend in dental malpractice insurance that is likely to continue and may well grow worse. As more…Read More
In your practice of dentistry, your choice of dental malpractice insurer is one of the most important decisions you will make. There are several companies in the marketplace. Dental malpractice insurance agents are no doubt beating down your doors to…Read More
If you have a potential dental malpractice claim, do you report it to your dental malpractice insurance company or not?
Dentists in Florida often hesitate to report a potential claim to their dental malpractice insurance company. They are either afraid that their malpractice insurance policy will be cancelled or they fear losing their claims-free credits. They may be concerned about…Read More
Choosing the right company to insure you for your Dental Malpractice Insurance is one of the most important decisions a dentist will make during his career. A dentist needs to have malpractice insurance to cover claims for dental mistakes, misdiagnosis,…Read More
If an oral surgeon or a dentist has a claims-made professional liability policy that covers claims arising from acts that happened prior to the inception date of the current dental malpractice policy, this is referred to as “prior acts coverage”.…Read More