The expanding role of Physician Assistants, in General Practice and Specialty Care, has led to higher risk of Physician Assistants being named in malpractice suits.
The leading claims made against Physician Assistants include:
- Errors in diagnosis
- Errors in treatment
- Medication Errors
- Surgical Errors
Your employer’s insurance policy may not be enough to protect you, if a claim is made against you. Your employer’s policy is in place to protect the interests of your employer.
Having your own Physician Assistant Malpractice Insurance provides you with a team of experts, who work on your behalf, to protect your license and your livelihood.
A malpractice lawsuit can take from two months to two years to resolve. The high financial and emotional burden of a lawsuit can be devastating. Your defense team can take care of the details of a lawsuit, while you continue to take care of your work and your personal life.
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Paul 11 Misconceptions About Physician Assistants