$1 million coverage

$1 million/$3 million coverage

Medical malpractice A standard liability limit for physicians, which provides for a settlement of $1 million in damages per lawsuit, and a total of $3 million for all lawsuits
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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We do note that while it is not well known, there are policies available that offer $1 million coverage with sublimits of $200,000 or $250,000.
One respondent reported, for example, that quotes for the same $1 million coverage on his/her farm varied from $250 to $1,500.
They were also asked to carry $1 million coverage for property damage and $2 million aggregate.
Unless the organization is sizable, the $1 million coverage is enough, according to Davis.
Webster recommends at least $1 million coverage, but as the company grows and there's more opportunity for suits, coverage should grow too.
Stand-alone EPL polices with their $1 million coverage limit and the corresponding premium ranging from $3,000 to $10,000 was just too much, O'Shaughnessy said.
In this extraordinary New York case a hospital's primary insurance carrier refused to settle a meritorious malpractice claim for approximately one half of its $1 million coverage. A jury returned a verdict for a plaintiff for $9.6 million (for which the hospital was found to be 25% responsible) resulting in a $2.1 million judgment against the hospital.