Michigan Physicians Society Announces Exclusive Insurance Program

Michigan Physicians Society (MPS) partners with Professional Casualty Association and Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group to Offer Express Medical Malpractice Insurance Checkup and Exclusive Insurance Discounts to MPS Members


Detroit, MI, July 4, 2016 -- The Michigan Physicians Society, which helps physicians save time and money through specialized services and discounts, has partnered with Professional Casualty Association and Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group to offer the Express Medical Malpractice Insurance Checkup and exclusive insurance discounts to MPS Members.

"We at PCA are pleased to serve as a strong financial partner with the Michigan Physicians Society, providing excellent personalized service that healthcare providers depend on to defend their interests against allegations of negligence," said PCA Vice President Jonathan C. Lanesky. "Our success has been built on professionalism, honesty and reliability."

Through Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group, the agency for the program, MPS members will now receive a free Express Medical Malpractice Insurance Checkup.  MPS members can ensure their policy  provides the right level of coverage for the right price in 10 minutes or less.  All MPS members need to do is provide a name, specialty, address, limits, and a retro-date.  Alternatively, members can simply use a copy of a recent application with another carrier.

Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group and PCA have also guaranteed a minimum 10 percent discount off of already competitive base rates, with additional credits and discounts available based on account-specific underwriting reviews.

Professional Casualty Association (PCA) is a highly ranked medical professional liability company founded to insure physicians against risks of loss due to the imposition of legal liability.

Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group is a national leader in the insurance industry with a dedicated group of trusted advisors that deliver integrated risk management solutions to businesses and individuals. Backed by more than 130 years of industry experience, their cross-functional team of professionals is designed to help the medical profession.

The Michigan Physicians Society's team of physicians, entrepreneurs, and business professionals are available to help physicians save time and money through specialized services and discounts. 

For those who are interested, premium financing is also readily available through First Insurance Funding, one of the country’s leading premium financing companies. To qualify, no collateral bank account, financials or tax returns are needed. All that is required is a PCA policy number and financing terms will be accessible through a single telephone call. 

To secure your Express Medical Malpractice Insurance Checkup, contact the Michigan Physicians Society today at http://www.michiganphysicianssociety.com

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