Frequently Asked Questions

Following are some commonly asked claims services questions.

  1. What is a claim?
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  2. I just received a lawsuit or letter of intent to sue. What should I do?
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  3. I just received a subpoena for medical records and/or deposition. What should I do?
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  4. I've been hearing more about healthcare providers facing disciplinary charges from their state licensing boards. Does my medical malpractice insurance pay for an attorney for this type of hearing?
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  5. What is a licensing board investigation?
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  6. What should I do if I think I have a claim or am being investigated by my licensing board?
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  7. What should I do if I think I have a claim or board complaint?
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  8. What kinds of activities might trigger a disciplinary action by a licensing board and/or state regulatory agency?
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  9. How much time do I have to respond to a claim or board investigation?
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  10. Does PSIC respect my consent to settle?
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  11. What is a deposition?
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  12. What action should be taken when a medical error is suspected or occurs?
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