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NSO Malpractice Insurance Login | Make a Payment

Manage your NSO Malpractice Insurance account online by registering on the NSO website. Once you’re enrolled for online access you will be able to view plan information, make payments, change your contact details, file a claim/incident, change the name of your employer/employee status, and update your billing preferences.

How to Log In

Step 1 – Go to the account management page (click here – link opens in a separate browser tab/window).

Step 2 – Click the login button on the right side of the page.


Step 3 – Enter your email address and password into the form, and then press the log in button to access your account.


Forgot Password/Username – If you don’t know your password/username hit the “click here” link underneath the login button on the account management page. Enter the last four digits of your social security number and your date of birth into the input fields. Click the continue button and then follow the on-screen instructions to recover your username or reset your password.


Enroll in Online Access

Step 1 – Press the “Register” button on the account management page.


Step 2 – Hit the “Register New User” link.


Step 3 – Select “Individual.”


Step 4 – Enter your email address, password, first name, last name, date of birth, birth city, and social security number. Enter the security code and then press the continue button to submit/finish your enrollment.


Make a Payment

Step 1 – Make an online payment by signing into your account. Once you’re signed in you can also edit your preferred billing method/schedule.

File a Claim

Step 1 – You can report an incident online by registering a new account/logging into your existing account.

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