Insurance Coverage/Bad Faith/ Governmental Defendants and Government Regulation of Health Care Professionals - 2017
By Mark McNabola
Insurance coverage is essential to the success of litigating medical malpractice claims that
often prove both costly and complicated. It is important that medical malpractice
plaintiffs name all proper individuals and entities as defendants and make comprehensive
claims so that there is ample coverage for their injuries. Insurance coverage issues in
medical malpractice cases generally arise in connection with a covered entity and its
relationship to the other named parties.
In Illinois, some hospitals either self-insure or pool their risk by creating a trust with
other not-for-profit hospitals...
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