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NO SEPARATE INSURANCE FOR NURSE UNDER DOCTOR'S POLICY Conn. Med. Ins. Co. v. Kulikowski

18 No. 25 ANINSCLR 3Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

NO SEPARATE INSURANCE FOR NURSE UNDER DOCTOR'S POLICY Conn. Med. Ins. Co. v. Kulikowski

18 No. 25 ANINSCLR 3Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

18 No. 25 Andrews Ins. Coverage Litig. Rep. 3
Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter
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NO SEPARATE INSURANCE FOR NURSE UNDER DOCTOR'S POLICY

Conn. Med. Ins. Co. v. Kulikowski

The Connecticut Supreme Court has held that a nurse practitioner was neither separately insured nor entitled to a separate $1 million limit under a physician's malpractice policy.
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