“Going Bare” is the term doctors in Florida use to describe practicing medicine without malpractice insurance. Practicing medicine without insurance used to sound scary. Today, it is considered a smart financial decision, especially in the state of Florida where over 7,000 doctors are Bare.

The requirements to Go Bare in Florida are easy. Doctors must post a sign in their waiting room and agree to meet the state’s financial responsibility requirements. But Going Bare comes with a catch…
You must be ready to pay your own legal fees if you get sued for malpractice.

Lubell Rosen launched “Pre-Paid Legal Defense” in 2004. Over 1500 satisfied clients have retained our services.

How Does It Work?
Doctors pay an annual flat rate for all attorney’s fees and costs, including expert witnesses.

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Over 1400 Satisfied Clients since 2004

As a grateful client of Lubell & Rosen for more than 15 years, they are an indispensable asset in the field of malpractice defense. Managing a large independent high risk Obstetrical practice would not be possible without their confidence, knowledge and support.

Bruce Zafran M.D., F.A.C.O.G.Royal Palm OB/GYN

As a client of 10 years, I have the comfort of knowing I have a team of experts ready to advise and support me. I have watched the firm grow from two enthusiastic young attorneys to a full-service practice.

Maureen Whelihan, M.D. FACO Elite GYN Care of the Palm Beaches

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