Going Bare is a term that is used to describe the Florida Law exception which permits certain Healthcare Providers holding an active medical license to cancel or not renew their existing medical malpractice insurance. Jones Health Law is offering a unique prepaid legal defense service to select Healthcare Providers seeking to Go Bare.
Upon enrolling, Jones Health Law will defend you in any medical malpractice action and any other types of actions mutually agreed upon, at the fixed prepaid rate. You will be provided with the same protection that you would have received if you maintained your current medical malpractice insurance. Once you decide that Going Bare is right for you we can help you create an asset protection plan so that your assets are protected from any legal judgments related to the malpractice claim.
More and more providers are Going Bare due the high cost of maintaining medical malpractice insurance. Jones Health Law offers a prepaid legal service that may cost up to 75% less than your current medical malpractice insurance policy.
Going Bare allows you to take control of your defense in a claim and out of the hands of the insurance company that seldomly puts your best interest above their own. Insurance companies consider the indemnity and defense costs associated with fighting a claim, and those numbers can sometimes be staggering, which is why they often choose to settle many cases. This may result in Healthcare Providers paying higher premiums, higher annual costs to maintain the already costly insurance policy, or an inability to obtain medical malpractice insurance in the future. The best part about prepaid legal defense is that the cost of the defense is capped at our agreed upon annual rate.
We have created flexible payment arrangements for Healthcare Providers who elect to Go Bare. The flexibility of our payment arrangements depends on several factors including, but not limited to, your history of malpractice claims, area of specialty, and the size of your practice.