Dental – Does forming LLC provide any protective benefits above/ beyond financial liability (I.e.- in malpractice arena)? I have liability ins.

Asked on June 7, 2009 under Business Law, California

Answers:

Deborah Barron / Barron Law Corporation

Answered 11 years ago | Contributor

I would suggest forming a professional corporation (S corp.) instead of an LLC.   The corporation would pay any judgment rather than you personally.  The insured would also be the professional corporation.  Contact me with further questions or visit my website at www.lawbarron.com

  


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