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ProAssurance Corp. CEO: Pricing, Inflation, Large Jury Awards Hold MPLI Sector in Flux

Abundant capacity is seen as a price depressant across the Medical Professional Liability Insurance sector, said Edward L. “Ned” Rand Jr., chief executive officer, ProAssurance Corp.

May 12, 2022

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