The primary difference between LLC and PLLC is that while a PLLC offers the same liability protection for members as an LLC, it does not shield individual members from malpractice claims against them. Because of this, malpractice insurance is essential. Each member remains personally liable for his or her own malpractice, but they are not liable for each other’s malpractice, unlike in a partnership where all the partners are liable for each other’s malpractice. A professional limited liability company is a business entity designed for licensed professionals, such as lawyers, doctors, architects, engineers, accountants, and chiropractors.
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