Connecticut doctors' malpractice premiums likely to remain stable
The Connecticut Insurance Department says it has not received any company proposals for higher malpractice rates in 2009, and some physicians may even see some premium decreases as a result of credits for being claim-free. "We are very pleased that the actuarial rate indication remains unchanged," Denise Funk, Connecticut Medical's chief executive, said in a prepared statement.
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