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What is Allied Healthcare Liability Insurance?

Allied Healthcare Liability provides protection to individuals who work under the direct or indirect supervision of doctors, surgeons, and dentists. These individuals and entities need financial protection from their professional negligence in administering patient care which results in economic or bodily injury to the patient. Ambulance services, medical spas, massage therapists and any other companies associated with health and well-being are classified as an allied healthcare company. Often times, general liability may be offered in combination with the professional exposures – typically on a claims made form.

Why Have Allied Healthcare Liability Insurance?

Malpractice liability looms over any line of work in the healthcare industry. Even the smallest mistakes can have costly consequences. While some companies are able to retain this risk, many smaller businesses do not have the ability to pay damages or legal bills.

  • A medical payout occurs every 43 minutes.
  • The top 5 states for payouts are NY, PA, CA, NJ, and FL.
  • In 2013, $3.7 billion was paid out for medical malpractice claims.

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The Apogee Advantage

Our Allied Healthcare insurance is available through A++ rated, A.M. Best, admitted and non-admitted markets throughout all 50 U.S. states.

Coverage May Include

  • Professional Liability -$1M/$3M limits on a claims made form (excess markets available for higher limits)
  • General Liability -$1M/$3M limits on an occurrence form (excess markets available for higher limits)
  • Sexual Abuse and Molestation
  • HNOA
  • HIPAA Violations
  • Defense outside the limits
  • First Dollar Defense
  • Cyber Liability
  • Medical Directors included for administrative duties
  • Ability to schedule physicians onto the policy
  • Duty to defend
  • Incident trigger of claims
  • Worldwide coverage
  • Personal injury coverage
  • Final adjudication wording
  • Choice of defense counsel (subject to approval)

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First time customers, learn about Apogee and fill out our form.

Send submissions to submissions@apogeeinsgroup.com

Submission Requirements:

  • Application
  • Loss runs, if available
  • Resumes of key personnel
  • Sample customer contract
  • Copy of current dec page

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