Our flexible coverage options can protect your practice from employment-related claims.
Tailored to meet the unique needs of the clinical or practice environment, this coverage solution protects your practice from liability related to a range of employee allegations, including wrongful termination, wage and hour disputes, discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. This coverage can be enhanced to include protection for management (managing partners, directors, and officers) from liabilities related to operating and managing the business.
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Disclosure of confidential employee information resulting in identity theft
Violations of the Family Medical Leave Act or similar state or local law
Breach of an employee’s federal, state, or local civil rights
Healthcare EPLI coverage includes:
Risk Management Services Tailored risk management services include an unlimited HR support center, online training programs, and Internet-based HR management system features and tools.
Directors and Officers (D&O) Coverage
Add D&O coverage for your practice in the event your directors or officers are sued in conjunction with the performance of their duties as they relate to the medical practice.
Products offered through our wholly owned subsidiary, The Doctors Company Insurance Services (CA #0677182). All policy provisions are subject to regulatory and underwriting approval and vary by state. You should consult your representative regarding specific policy provisions. This product is designed for doctors in solo and small group practices. For our largest groups and institutional customers, custom EPLI coverage is available.
* Available for qualified applicants. Dependent on Wage and Hour application submission.
TDC Group is the nation’s largest physician-owned provider of insurance, risk management, and healthcare practice improvement solutions. It serves the full continuum of care from individual physicians to academic medical systems.