A Strong, Proactive Insurance Partner
The Doctors Company has always been guided by a fundamental belief: that the practice of good medicine should be advanced, protected, and rewarded. Our financial success has been built on a conservative business philosophy designed to fully empower this mission. For this reason, and many others, we are the nation's largest physician-owned medical malpractice insurer, giving us the power and financial resources necessary to protect our members today and for many years to come.
Financial Strength Ratings
A (Excellent) A.M. Best Company
A (Strong) Fitch Ratings
Performance and Results for 2016
strength and backing
for our members
We’re the nation’s largest
Strongest of any
medical liability carrier
|(Dollars in Thousands) |
|Total Assets ||$4,624,000 |
|Loss Reserves ||$1,730,000 |
|Direct Premiums Written ||$679,000 |
|Net Premiums Earned ||$647,000 |
|Policyholders' Surplus ||$1,936,000 |
|Number of Insured Members ||79,000 |
Written Premium-to-Surplus Ratio
This ratio, based on net written premium, is a measure of our financial strength. Industry standards prescribe a ratio no higher than 3.0:1.
This ratio is a measure of our financial stability. Industry standards prescribe a ratio no higher than 4.0:1.
Founded and led by physicians, The Doctors Company provides expert guidance, resources, and coverage for its 79,000 members. And unlike commercial insurers that reward shareholders, The Doctors Company rewards its members—with the Tribute® Plan, an unrivaled career benefit that recognizes doctors for their loyalty and their commitment to the practice of good medicine, and a generous dividend program. And with risk management experts available 24/7 and aggressive protection in the courtroom, we lead the industry in how we support the medical profession and partner with those providing care.
Financial Facts, Performance, and Results for 2016
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