Healthcare Malpractice Claims: 2016 Update

| June 15, 2016

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We’re pleased to offer our second annual treatise on Healthcare Malpractice Claims in the United States. While it is always a challenge to select relevant areas for discussion, we believe we have selected topics of particular interest to the Healthcare community. At American International Group (AIG), we greatly value our relationship with our valued clients. Now more than ever, our partnership with our clients provides the basis for open exchanges of ideas and information; a continued commitment to patient and resident safety; and a continued commitment to justly resolve claims.

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