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- Jul 15, '10 by anonymurseHuh. They didn't ask my specialty IIRC.
- Jul 15, '10 by Ivanna_NurseI also have NSO.. I will have to pull the policy and let you know. ~Ivanna
98.00 for 1mil each claim/ 6mil aggregateLast edit by Ivanna_Nurse on Jul 15, '10 : Reason: policy info
- Jul 15, '10 by apocatastasisThanks, y'all... I do live in Texas... like BluegrassRN, I never gave thought to the geographic factor, so thanks for bringing that to my attention, elkpark. Seems so obvious, now that you mention it, haha. They didn't ask me my specialty either, so I know that can't be it. I'll give them a call and/or find another insurer, cuz the cost is just ridiculous... thanks again!
- Jul 23, '10 by lylenrnI did my application online a couple months ago and distinctly remember them having a list of specialties. which is why i thought the rate might be different for more high risk specialties......just a thought.
- Jul 23, '10 by CrunchRNI just remembered it was Jackson Coker or Coker Jackson - something like that!
- Jul 23, '10 by gentlegiverAs an LPN in Geriactrics, should I have insurance too? I can understand it for RN's or even where LPN's work in hospitals, but LTC??
- Jul 25, '10 by NeoNurseTXI'm in Texas and it's that high. To the poster that said they found better rates w/ someone else, which company?
- Jul 25, '10 by TakeTwoAspirinQuote from gentlegiverMy advice is always the same, if you have something to lose you need insurance. Don't count on your employer to stand by you when push comes to shove. As far as being in LTC goes, a local LTC facility just settled a massive suit filed by several residents, so you are not immune in any specialty.As an LPN in Geriactrics, should I have insurance too? I can understand it for RN's or even where LPN's work in hospitals, but LTC??
- Jul 25, '10 by SuesquatchRNDon't leave home without it, wherever you work.
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