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Dental and Doctor Insurance: Policy Types and General Information Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Dental and Doctor Insurance category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Dental and Doctor Insurance: Policy Types and General Information Publications

2012-06-01 : Dentist with a Standard Insurance Disability Claim Gets Drilled : Dentist sues Standard Insurance Company because disability benefit was reduced each month by disability policy purchased from American Association of Endodontics.

2012-01-05 : Partial Disability or Total Disability : This article focuses on individual disability policies as well as group employer-employee relationship and association group where members may be of the same profession.

2011-10-04 : Disability Insurance for Graduating Resident Doctors : Educational resource provides brief outline of policy details that can help resident doctors find the best disability insurance for their unique situation.

2011-06-10 : Malpractice Insurance Reimbursement Rider for Long-Term Disability Customers : Optional rider offers physicians and dentists long term disability reimbursement of malpractice insurance premium payments while they are out of work on long term disability.

2011-06-02 : Individual and Family Dental Insurance Coverage - CIGNA : New dental insurance coverage features low deductibles and no waiting periods for preventive care.

2011-01-24 : New Voluntary Dental Insurance Policy - Aflac : Aflac Dental offers policyholders more choices with multiple levels of coverage to choose from and bigger benefits.


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