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Medical Liability Panel: Insolvencies Tied to RRGs Formed for Short-Term Reasons

Captive experts said that some risk retention groups that were formed to take advantage of temporary hard-market conditions had poor outcomes compared with RRGs that pursued better underwriting and reserving practices.

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