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Does my optometrist or nurse anesthetist have to be insured?

Yes. So that you do not become financially responsible for full liability exposure arising from their actions, OMIC requires not only that employed optometrists and nurse anesthetists be insured with a reputable carrier, but also that they maintain the same “per claim” liability limit that you carry. Although this requirement does not apply to independent contractors, we strongly recommend that contract optometrists and CRNAs also carry equal limits.

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A-rated by AM Best, OMIC is consistently ranked among the top malpractice insurance companies in America for financial stability. No other carrier has matched OMIC's consistent financial performance with regard to both combined, operating, and surplus ratios, the most relevant financial measurements for an insurance carrier.