Policyholders to Save $13.5 Million with Dividends

October 29, 2015 Laura Hale Brockway

Recently, the Board of Governors of Texas Medical Liability Trust (TMLT) approved a 10% dividend for policyholders who renew in 2016. The dividend will save them approximately $13.5 million in 2016 premium. This is the eleventh time TMLT has declared a dividend, saving policyholders approximately $268 million since 2005.

Texas physicians interested in applying for TMLT coverage or learning how this dividend will benefit them can email or call the sales department at 800-580-8658, extension 8603. Current policyholders will receive detailed information about the dividend before their policy renews.

As the leading medical professional liability provider in Texas, the Trust offers its policyholders a strong defense at a low premium. Benefits also include:

  • $165 million dedicated to the Trust Rewards program, a financial reward program that sets aside funds for policyholders at retirement;
  • Medefense coverage for regulatory or administrative actions;
  • cyber liability coverage for network security or privacy-related claims; and
  • discounts for completion of risk management activities.

"Now in its eleventh year, the dividend program shows TMLT’s commitment to Texas physicians. We stand by our policyholders and provide them with more benefits than any other company,” says TMLT President and Chief Executive Officer Robert Donohoe.

About the Author

Laura Hale Brockway is the Vice President of Marketing at TMLT. She can be reached at laura-brockway@tmlt.org.

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