Medical Defence Insurance is a more robust and complete form of protection against allegations of wrongdoing than Medical Indemnities supplied by the Medical Defence Unions. We offer a wide range of products tailored to protect the Medical Sector from secure Insurers at fair costs.
Insurers are obligated to defend allegations against you
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If you are in the Medical sector you will be aware of the need for Medical Defence Insurance against allegations of malpractice or poor medical advice.
Our specialist staff have a long experience of arranging competitive cover for a range of different medical service providers including:
- Private Clinics
- Private Hospitals
- Cosmetic Surgeons
- Bariatric Surgeons
- Maternity Practitioners & Midwifery
- Pathology Laboratories
- Medical Product manufacturers
- Medical Product Suppliers
- Pharmacology & Drug wholesalers
- We are not tied to any one insurer, so we search for the best and most cost beneficial Medical Defence Insurance available.
Our products are contractual Medical Defence Insurance, based on traditional Medical Malpractice Insurance. Insurance Policies are not Indemnity Agreements so you are assured that Insurers will meet their obligations to defend ALL allegations made against you.
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Here are some useful FAQs on the subject of Medical Defence Insurance:
- Medical Defence Unions do not provide insurance, their indemnity agreements are honoured only as far as this is beneficial to all Union members.
- Malpractice Insurance will protect you against allegations of bodily injury, if you give professional advice or training you may also need Medical Professional Indemnity Insurance.
- It is recommended you complete a Medical Defence Insurance proposal form to apply for a quotation. A well completed form will assist insurers to provide a fair quotation of terms.
- Medical Malpractice insurance is normally insured on an Aggregate basis, so ensure you carefully consider how much cover you may require,
- Professional Indemnity Insurance and some other specific insurances are normally insured on a claims made basis, meaning cover is only available under a policy currently in force. You should not terminate or allow this cover to lapse without putting some period of ‘run-off’ cover in place.
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