As an insurance carrier, you have an obligation to pay out benefits for legitimate claims. As you know, however, not all claims are legitimate. If you need to deny a claim, you want to be sure that you're doing so correctly.
As an insurer, it's in your best interests to limit the amount you pay out in benefits. Of course, you do right by your clients and pay out when they have legitimate claims. However, not all claims are legitimate, and you need to know when you can reject claims fairly.
Medical malpractice is a serious accusation that can be made by anyone who has stepped foot in your office, has consulted with you or who has received treatment from you in Florida. You can be as careful as possible when talking to or caring for a patient and that patient could still make a medical malpractice claim against you. Here are some possible defenses to medical malpractice if you ever face such an accusation.
When it comes to running a business, there's so much that can go wrong in the blink of an eye. Business owners should be doing everything possible to protect their companies from top to bottom. It doesn't cost much to protect your business, especially when it comes to liability claims in Miami. Follow the tips outlined in today's post so your company doesn't experience liability claims.
In Florida, there is a no-fault auto insurance law that restricts the amount paid for emergency services in the event of an emergency. One air-ambulance firm, Air Methods Corp., has taken issue with this and moved to legally bill the father of a child rushed to the hospital with its services for services rendered.
There's no question that some diagnoses are difficult to make. When doctors attended school, most were given the same advice: Don't look to rare possibilities first. Start with the basics, since those are the most likely causes of injuries or illnesses.
As a medical provider, you know that you always do your best for your patients. As a result, you rarely have any issues that arise.