TMLT Launches Lone Star Alliance, RRG

October 12, 2015 Laura Hale Brockway

Texas Medical Liability Trust (TMLT) is proud to announce the launch of Lone Star Alliance, Inc., a Risk Retention Group established to provide medical liability coverage to physicians, groups, health care facilities, and allied health care professionals in multiple states.

Operated by TMLT, Lone Star can accommodate the needs of new and existing policyholders by offering TMLT’s coverage and service to those working outside of Texas. With Lone Star, TMLT can also cover physicians who leave Texas to work in another state.

Lone Star was started in 2013 when TMLT began exploring how to extend coverage to its Texas-based policyholders who were also practicing in other states.

As sponsor and program manager of Lone Star, TMLT provides all essential operational support, such as financial and accounting services, information technology, underwriting, sales, marketing, claims handling, and risk management functions.

“The launch of Lone Star Alliance is an important milestone in the growth of TMLT. With Lone Star, we are no longer bound by state lines. More importantly, neither are our physicians,” says Robert Donohoe, President and CEO of TMLT. “Current policyholders in Texas can now practice anywhere in the United States, and still receive the same strong, flexible coverage and winning defense they have come to expect from TMLT.”

More information about Lone Star Alliance, including FAQs, is found here

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Laura Hale Brockway is the Vice President of Marketing at TMLT. She can be reached at

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