What is the difference between malpractice and liability insurance?

Malpractice Insurance is a type of liability insurance purchased by professionals in the healthcare industry. Malpractice insurance protects the policyholder for claims that arise from the rendering of or failure to render medical services. General Liability insurance covers bodily injury or property damage from a broad range of other exposures. There is usually a medical malpractice exclusion in General Liability policies. Let me know if you have any other questions about it!

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