Few business owners were insured for a storm like Sandy

There are many risks facing medical practices.  Some are malpractice, HIPPA violations, STARK audits, employment practices liability and the list goes on.  Most of these exposures might be provided coverage via your professional liability policy.  However some of the risks that go unnoticed can be some major exposures.  Just take into consideration what has transpired in the past two weeks, with Tropical Storm Sandy and this week’s Nor’easter.  Due to the recent power outages many medical practices lacked insurance and can’t weather the days or weeks of lost income.

Does your current policy include spoilage for perishable medicines and medical supplies, off premises loss of utility services, sewer and drain backup, sump overflow or sump pump failure and other damage that could temporarily shut  your practice down?  Unfortunately, some medical practices don’t have these coverages.  Is your practice one of them?

That’s where we come in.  Contact us today, don’t wait for another super storm before you get the protection your practice needs.

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