Medical malpractice insurance in Montana
Malicious, malevolent... it seems like all the words that start with ”mal-” always mean something horrible. It is strange how John Malcovich is always such a good actor. We did a research, and sure enough - prefix ”mal-” comes from latin ”malus”, which means ”bad”, ”foul”, ”defected” or just flat out ”evil”. Lately, however, this negative meaning turned into ”negative” as in ”opposite”, and not necessarily ”foul” or ”evil”. So Montana medical malpractice insurance does not imply that a doctor may perform some ”evil practice” on your desensitized body during surgery. So don’t worry. It’s just to protect you from accidents, which are extremely rare anyway.