As a corporate associate member of Medical Protection with a claims-made product, it is very important that your corporate officer(s) tells us as soon as possible if they are made aware of a potential claim or a letter of claim / demand is received from attorneys or from the patient or patient representatives.
Please don’t delay reporting and don’t request support from any of Medical Protection local panel attorneys.
The corporate officer (s) are the only people that can notify us of a claim. To report a claim the corporate officer must email Caribbean-and-Bermuda@medicalprotection.org with the following information.
These details are all vital in assisting our medicolegal consultant assessment of assistance.
Please do not delay in reporting a claim if you can’t answer all the questions instead provide when it can be supplied or what is being done to obtain it.
The claim will be assessed. The assessment of any request for assistance by the Member Protection & Support division will include:
For more details of the process please see the Corporate Associate membership claim reporting guide.
An adverse incident is an event or circumstance that might give rise to a claim, complaint or allegation against you. With claims-made protection, you are required to report an adverse incident to Medical Protection as soon as reasonably practicable after it occurs (or when you become aware that it has occurred).
In order to make an adverse incident report, please complete all the requested details below.
If you need any help completing this form, please contact our medicolegal team for guidance on 800 908 433.
If an incident takes place and you are unsure whether it is likely to give rise to a claim, you should notify us by completing this form.
If a claim is made against you as an individual complete as many details as possible, and provide us with any associated documentation that you feel we should be aware of.
If reporting on behalf of a corporate member, please ensure you’re authorised to do so as we cannot accept reports from unauthorised contacts. If a claim arises and you have not notified us of the adverse incident you will not be able to seek assistance.