TMLT physicians to receive free employment practices coverage

January 28, 2013

January 28, 2013

Contact: Laura Brockway, communications and advertising manager

(512) 425-5936 or

The news
Austin, TX —  TMLT is excited to announce that on February 1, 2013, employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) will be added to all TMLT policies at no extra premium. TMLT physicians can rest easier knowing they will be covered at a time when employment-related lawsuits are expected to rise.

EPLI covers lawsuits caused by several employment-related events, including harassment, discrimination, FMLA violations, hostile work environment, and wrongful termination.

Limits of liability are $50,000 per claim (including both defense costs and indemnity payments) with a $5,000 deductible. The yearly aggregate limit is also $50,000. Higher limits are available for purchase.

If you are interested in becoming a TMLT policyholder, apply or call our sales department at 800-580-8658, extension 8603. If you are already covered by TMLT and have questions, please call 800-580-8658 and ask for your underwriter.

TMLT president and chief executive officer quotes
“Today, employment practices-related claims are a credible threat to physicians’ practices. EPLI coverage is crucial to insure against that threat,” says TMLT President and Chief Executive Officer Charles R. Ott, Jr.  “No other Texas-based medical professional liability carrier offers this benefit to all policyholders at no extra premium.”

The largest medical liability insurance provider in Texas, TMLT serves more than 16,000 Texas Medical Association (TMA) member physicians. Rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company, the Trust was created and is endorsed by TMA. TMLT is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

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