Taking the tiger by the tail

By Stuart J. Fischer, MD

When a practitioner switches practices, who pays for tail coverage?

Medical liability policies come in two basic forms—occurrence and claims-made. An occurrence policy covers the insured for events that occurred during the policy dates, regardless of when the claim is filed. Under a claims-made policy, however, both the event and the claim must be reported while the policy is in effect.

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