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About Steve Sherman

Steve Sherman, J.D., is an Account Executive specializing in medical malpractice and professional liability insurance. He previously served as a producer at Willis of MD, and prior to that as executive director of Aegis Business Healthcare Solutions. Steve earned his BA from Emory University in Atlanta and earned his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law. You can reach Steve on LinkedIn or via email.

What Happens to Your Malpractice Coverage When You Leave a Practice?

Steve Sherman • Jun 17th, 2016

An Introduction to Sherman’s Law of Malpractice Insurance

Like all professions, from time to time, physicians experience changes in employment. If you are a doctor who’s considering joining a new practice, starting your own practice or retiring, then you need to be sure you are protected from a lawsuit resulting from your previous work. Continue Reading


Medical Malpractice Insurance for Nurse Practitioners, Physician’s Assistants and Allied Health Care Professionals

Steve Sherman • Aug 20th, 2013

The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine reported in May 2013 that 50 percent of U.S. doctors now report employing nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, or certified nurse midwives as part of their medical teams. Continue Reading

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Five Inexpensive Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Medical Practice Right Now

Steve Sherman • Jul 9th, 2012

Physicians and other high net worth individuals I counsel understandably have the feeling they have targets on their backs.  We live in a litigious society, and it isn’t becoming any less so. Spend an evening watching local television and you may come away with the impression that the only businesses advertising today are car dealers and personal injury lawyers.  One misstep, an accident, or a lawsuit could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Unpleasant as these events are to contemplate, a few simple moves taken now could save you a mountain of trouble and buy you a lot of peace of mind—for a very modest cost.

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