Medical malpractice insurance definition

Medical malpractice insurance means insurance against legal liability incident to the practice and provision of a medical service other than the practice and provision of a dental service.
Medical malpractice insurance means insurance against legal liability incident to the practice and provision of medical services other than the practice and provision of dental services.

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More Definitions of Medical malpractice insurance

Medical malpractice insurance means insurance against legal liability
Medical malpractice insurance means insurance against legal liability incident to
Medical malpractice insurance means insurance coverage against the legal liability of the insured and against loss, damage, or expense incident to a claim arising out of the death, disease, or injury of any person as the result of negligence or malpractice in rendering professional service by any licensed physician, podiatrist, or hospital, as those terms are defined in section 2305.11 2305.113 of the Revised Code.
Medical malpractice insurance means insurance coverage for any claim for damages or loss against a health care provider arising out of the death or injury of any person proximately caused by negligence in the rendering of, or the failure to render, health care services.
Medical malpractice insurance means insurance coverage against the legal liability of the insured
Medical malpractice insurance means insurance coverage
Medical malpractice insurance means insurance coverage against the legal liability of the insured and against loss, damage, or expense incident to a claim arising out of the death or injury of any person as a result of negligence in professional services rendered or which should have been rendered by any health care provider operating legally in the state and includes such other forms of liability insurance, other than automobile, reasonably necessary for and incidental to the provision of medical care by such health care provider. It does not include excess liability insurance which would serve to increase the limits of coverage over the maximum provided for in this plan of operation.