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February 4, 2010

Surgical Risk Solutions Introduces New Insurance Product For Surgical Patients

Surgical Risk Solutions has introduced a new insurance product designed to provide financial resources to surgical patients in the event of adverse outcomes following surgery.

By CBR Staff Writer

The company said that the new Complication Insurance product provides accidental death and dismemberment insurance to patients. It provides additional money to help offset unexpected costs. The policy pays whether or not there is a medical error or fault involved in a covered accident.

According to Surgical Risk Solutions, the Complication Insurance is a web-based product, also features educational information for over 70 surgical procedures, including cosmetic, eye and joint replacement surgery.

In addition, the new product provides up to $200,000 worth of financial protection in case of death or other serious adverse outcomes such as brain damage or loss of use of an arm or a leg.

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