General Articles

  1. “Six EHR-related malpractice landmines to avoid,” Chris Mazzolini. Physicians Practice, December 3, 2019 (Click Here).
  2. “Buying medical malpractice insurance independently as a physician,” Heidi Moawad, MD. Medical Economics, November 22, 2019 (Click Here)
  3. “9 tips for responding to medical board complaints,” Ike Devji, JD. Physicians Practice, November 18, 2019 (Click Here). 
  4. “Medical Malpractice Tail Coverage Know-How for Doctors,” Heidi Moawad, MD. Medical Economics, November 7, 2019 (Click Here)
  5. “Ignore a civil investigative demand at your own peril,” Doris O. Dike, Esq. Physicians Practice, November 7, 2019 (Click Here).
  6. “How to avoid malpractice suits,” Jeff Bendix. Medical Economics, October 29, 2019 (Click Here)
  7. “Malpractice Case: When a Curbside Consult Becomes Patient Care,”  Gordon T. Ownby. MedScape, July 5, 2019 (Click Here)
  8. “Types of Damages and Compensation in a Medical Malpractice Case,” David Goguen, JD. AllLaw, 2017. (Click Here)
  9. “Malpractice insurance: Understanding the importance of coverage limits,” Roy W. Breitenbach. Medical Economics, April 8, 2014. (Click Here)
  10. “Do you need malpractice tail coverage?” Erik Leander. Medical Economics, May 10, 2016. (Click Here)
  11. “Medical liability: Missed follow-ups a potent trigger of lawsuits,”, July 15, 2013 (Click Here)
  12. “End-run lawsuits can blindside physicians,”, October 22, 2012 (Click Here)
  13. “Are you liable for a colleague’s mistake?” Berkeley Rice. Medical Economics, June 20, 2003 (Click Here)

Issues with Coverage

  1. “Understanding the perils of vicarious liability,” Rush S. Smith Jr MD and John W. Miller II. Medical Economics, November 25, 2011. (Click Here)
  2. “NJ Supreme Court Upholds Insurer’s Right to Rescind when Professional Liability Inusrance is Procured by Fraud,” Wilson Elser. Lexology, December 9, 2015. (Click Here)

Issues with Carriers

  1. “The Insurance Scandal Shakes Main Street,” Timothy L. O’Brien and Joseph B. Treaster. The New York Times, April 17, 2005. (Click Here)