Medical Malpractice Insurance Premium that Matches Your Practice

The Doctors’ Insurance Agency represents some of the largest Medical Malpractice Insurance Carriers in the country.
When we receive an application, one of our ten licensed medical malpractice insurance agents and experienced representatives goes to work to help find the best offer.

The work of accurately presenting, negotiating and working for your fair price is really  not that complicated;  and, as I often say, you have to know where to go, which companies to approach in order to get the best offer in the shortest time.

You also need to find a company committed to the market with stable pricing (read: realistic pricing), smart underwriting (so that all of your procedures are included in the insurance) and competent claims management. TDC Specialty is such a company.  The Doctors’ Company has worked hard for close to forty years to become a national leader in medical malpractice insurance.   This insurance company has national presence with local knowledge and specific territory expertise which is essential to managing the complex nature of medical malpractice insurance claims.

There are many clients (over 70,000 with firsthand experience of this kind of professional work and knowledge.And, there are independent consulting groups which recognize TDC. In an article in a claims magazine recently, the great actuarial, management and benefits consultant Towers Watson reports that close supervision of claims personnel drives better outcomes. Towers says that  while you have to empower supervisors to make decisions and provide direction to their teams, you  can’t fail to capitalize on that authority; the two key barriers to superior claims performance were identified as ineffective supervision and passive claims handling.

The Doctors’ Insurance Agency would like to represent you for your medical malpractice insurance needs;  We are your advocate in the underwriting process.  “Process” it is: sometimes applications can completely misstake the practice profile, causing an independent underwriting evaluation to ‘go off the rails entirely’.
We read about the industry, listen to your presentation about your medical practice, work and vision  and work closely with the underwriting to develop the premium accurately with a fair price attached to measure the risk.

A Podiatrist with a combination of telemedicine (skype real-time medical foot consults), conventional ‘house calls’ at Adult care facilities and aesthetic foot care “spa” recently worked with us. We provided him with two policies (one policy covering the medical work and telemed, while the other covered his aesthetic work: Both of the insurance companies are expert at managing the underwriting and claims process;  we are confident that her practice will grow and the insurance coverage will respond to any challenge that might threaten to disrupt  the revenue and  interrupt practice continuity.   Experienced claims handling from our company carriers and active agent representation is what each of our clients need.

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