SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional Casualty Association (PCA), the No. 10 ranked medical professional liability company in Pennsylvania, has been approved for operations by the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services as a licensed and admitted carrier, effective Nov. 2, 2015.
The company's products will be offered through an exclusive set of retail and wholesale producer relationships. Open House rollout meetings are taking place now through mid-December 2015 in Metro Detroit, Grand Rapids and Travers City.
"We at PCA are pleased to serve as a strong financial partner, providing excellent personalized service, that health care providers can depend on to defend their interests against allegations of negligence," said Jonathan C. Lanesky, Esq., PCA vice president of Marketing/Claims. "Our success has been built on professionalism, honesty and reliability."
For the past 13 years, PCA has been authorized to write medical malpractice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It is committed to providing its clients high quality insurance at the lowest reasonable cost. The company will introduce a competitively priced, defense-oriented insurance product to the Michigan health care community, while simultaneously addressing the insurance needs of the allied health professionals related to its insured physicians and surgeons.
PCA liability insurance highlights include:
- Coverage options: $100,000/$300,000 – $200,000/$600,000 – $500,000/$1,000,000 claims-made insurance policies
- Allied coverage: midwives, physician assistants and nurse practitioners
- Defense outside the limits
- Tail coverage options available
- Physicians' full consent to settle
At the grassroots level, PCA's efforts will be led by Lanesky, and Sadhna Chopra as vice president of Underwriting. Combined, they represent more than 40 years of medical professional liability industry experience in the Michigan market.
About Professional Casualty Association
The purpose of Professional Casualty Association is to insure physicians against risks of loss due to the imposition of legal liability throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of Michigan. PCA offers risk management and claims management services. PCA has not only eliminated the requirement of subscription fees; the company has returned 100 percent of those fees to qualifying policyholders. For more information, visit www.professionalca.com or call 610-337-3374.
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SOURCE Professional Casualty Association