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I am in a group practice but also have my own limited liability corporation (LLC). Does my corporation need to be named on my policy?

It would be in your best interest to add your personal corporation to the policy since coverage applies only to those medical entities and sole shareholder corporations specifically named on the Declarations. Even if your services are primarily billed and advertised under the group’s name, a savvy plaintiff’s attorney could name your corporation as a co-defendant in a claim arising from services you render. Your corporation is also at risk if it employs health care providers or ancillary medical staff.

If you choose to include your sole shareholder corporation at shared limits, no additional premium will apply. Coverage may be added at separate limits for an additional charge.

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OMIC was founded by members of the American Academy of Ophthalmology nearly a quarter century ago and is the only carrier sponsored and endorsed by AAO. OMIC is also endorsed by 40 other ophthalmic societies. The OMIC partnerships with state and subspecialty societies qualifies their members for an exclusive 8% premium credit. Contact your state society for details.

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