The Doctors Company said it is dropping malpractice insurance rates by an average of 18 percent in Texas beginning April 1 for new policies and July 1 for renewing coverage.

The Napa, Calif.-based physician-owned medical malpractice insurance provider credited the decrease to passage of Proposition 12, which capped pain and suffering awards in medical malpractice cases back in 2003.

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