Walgreens insurance denial places it at risk of lawsuit over death, court says

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The pharmacy insists that it was not obligated to contact the doctor of a woman who then died. The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that the family of a woman who died has the right to sue Walgreens. This court case will question whether or not a pharmacy is obligated to assist a patient in being certain his or her insurance will provide prescription coverage. The case involves a Massachusetts woman who had epilepsy and required a drug to control her seizures. Yarushka Rivera’s epilepsy required her to take…

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Insurance denial case involving gay men in New York to be investigated by state

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State financial regulators will be looking into reports of discrimination against homosexual men. New York financial regulators are looking into recent reports of insurance denial involving gay men. The story originated in the New York Times and stated that gay men were being denied long-term care, disability and life insurance because of a preventative medication they were taking. The men were taking a medication to help boost their protection against H.I.V. when they applied for coverage. If the insurance denial allegations are true, it may mean that the insurers’ practices…

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New information discovered about fire insurance denials in Indian Hill

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Details have now been released about the blaze in Ohio that destroyed a $4 million home. In 2014, a massive fire ripped through a multi-million dollar home in Indian Hill, Ohio, but despite the fact that it was covered by fire insurance, the insurer denied the owner’s claim and refused to pay for the damages. New details with regards to that case have now emerged to shine some light on the situation. The homeowners, Jeffrey and Maria Decker, filed a $60 million lawsuit against the fire insurance company, last January.…

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