A Claims-Made Policy provides coverage for covered claims that are first made against an insured dentist and reported to the company during the current policy period. The claim must have occurred on or after the retroactive date and on or prior to the termination date of the current policy.
An Occurrence Policy provides coverage for a claim that occurs during the policy term, no matter when the claim is reported. Even if the dentist no longer has the policy in force, as long as the claim occurred when it was in force, the claim will be covered. Click here for quick quote.
- 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?