Monthly Archives: September 2011

Disability Insurance and the Specialized Anesthesiologist: Understanding and Protecting Your Investment

By Edward O. Comitz, Esq. and Patrick T. Stanley; Published in Anesthesiology News As the practice of medicine has evolved and become increasingly more complex and specialized, many physicians no longer describe themselves as simply doctors or surgeons, or even … Continue reading

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Arizona Disability Insurance Bad Faith and Delegation of Administrative Duties

Under the law in Arizona, the relationship between insurer and insured is a special relationship, giving rise to duties not usually found in other contractual agreements. Rawlings v. Apodaca, 151 Ariz. 149, 163, 726 P.2d 565, 579 (1986); Dodge v. Fidelity … Continue reading

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September is Women in Medicine Month

In the past thirty years, the number of female physicians in the United States has increased by 430%, with nearly a third of all American physicians and one-half of all American medical students being female. Disability insurance attorneys Comitz | … Continue reading

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DISABILITY INSURANCE AND THE PHYSICIAN: CAN YOU COLLECT ON YOUR POLICY?

You have worked as a physician for your entire career.  Your spouse and children rely on you, and you have numerous financial obligations both at home and at the office.  The stress and trauma of a disability can cause you … Continue reading

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