Malpractice Insurance

  1. hi everyone, quick question...i am a recent graduate and have had my malpractice insurance through nso, which was the insurance suggested by my school. i was wondering, since i am now graduated and plan to begin my career soon, should i switch companies or is this company a good one? any suggestions? thanks so much....
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    Joined: May '06; Posts: 13


  3. by   sirI
    Hello, jlrose,

    I suggest staying with them. Just call or go online to update your info.

    Others may have a suggestion for other companies. Rates are different in different parts of the country.
  4. by   NJNursing
    I stayed with NSO after graduation. I just started working 2 weeks ago, and I changed from a student to an RN and of course my rates tripled (from $29 a year to $98 a year) but that's still really reasonable for $1 mil of malpractice coverage.
  5. by   NICU_3_RN
    The 98$ NSO policy is actually a $3/$5 million policy and I highly recommend it. your employed will tell you it isnt necessary - but remember their lawyer is there to protect the hospital. Your lawyer will be there to protect you. I've been a nurse for 6 years now and have always carried my own insurance through NSO.