EDIC highly recommends that you seek out an attorney to read your contracts. An attorney can suggest any changes that would benefit you as an employee as well as explain any stipulations that the employer may want from working at a practice or Dental Service Organization (DSO) during and even after employment. Steve Kaufman Esq., from Wright, Constable & Skeen, LLP has lectured about contract reading to dental schools and comes highly recommended by dental students to EDIC.
- I anticipate moving to a different state next year. I have a Claims-Made Policy. Will my EDIC insurance cover me when I move? What do I need to do?
- I work for a practice in North Carolina but I work a few hours a week at a practice in Virginia. How does my dental malpractice coverage work if I work in 2 different states?
- At what point in your dental career do you recommend hiring someone to help with financial management?
- What steps should I take when receiving a lawsuit from a patient or a notice from the licensing board?