States With The Fewest Medical Malpractice Claims In 2010

Yesterday’s blog posting listed the states in the United States with the most (over 100) paid medical malpractice claims for 2010. Today we name the states with fewer than 100 paid medical malpractice claims for 2010. Those states are:

Alabama had 49 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $19,638.750, for an average of $400,791 per claim.

Alaska had 18 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $12,748,750, for an average of $708,264 per claim.

Arkansas had 50 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $14,522,000, for an average of $290,440 per claim.

Delaware had 29 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $17,367,500, for an average of $598,879 per claim.

District of Columbia (Washington, D.C. – the Capitol of the United States, but not a state!) had 28 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $15,862,500, for an average of $566,518 per claim.

Hawaii had 24 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $19,942,000, for an average of $830,917 per claim.

Idaho had 16 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $4,612,500, for an average of $288,281 per claim.

Iowa had 73 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $27,390,500, for an average of $375,212 per claim.

Maine had 40 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $13,971,250, for an average of $349,281 per claim.

Minnesota had 57 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $29,675,300, for an average of $520,619 per claim.

Mississippi had 73 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $14,331,500, for an average of $196,322 per claim.

Montana had 39 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $8,351,250, for an average of $214,135 per claim.

Nebraska had 43 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $9,008,750, for an average of $209,506 per claim.

Nevada had 58 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $13,164,500, for an average of $226,974 per claim.

New Hampshire had 43 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $16,967,500, for an average of $394,593 per claim.

North Dakota had 14 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $1,820,000, for an average of $130,000 per claim.

Oregon had 97 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $40,939,500, for an average of $422,054 per claim.

Rhode Island had 35 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $17,185,250, for an average of $491,007 per claim.

South Dakota had  8 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $1,940,000, for an average of $242,500 per claim.

Utah had 95 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $23,819,000, for an average of $250,726 per claim.

Vermont had 19 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $4,551,250, for an average of $239,539 per claim.

Wisconsin had 44 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $55,349,250, for an average of $1,257,938 per claim.

Wyoming had 18 paid medical malpractice claims in 2010 that totalled $3,548,250, for an average of $197,125 per claim.

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