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United Healthcare Institutes New Policy of Denying Claims of Patients Who Visited the Emergency Room for Non-Emergency Reasons

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Among people without health insurance, avoidance of medical treatment has become a national epidemic.  When people get sick, they often assume that the medical bills they will have to pay out of pocket will be more painful than the illness itself, so they stay away from doctors and hospitals until their symptoms become unbearable… Read More »

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How to Pursue an Unfair Insurance Claim Denial in Philadelphia?

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It’s no secret that insurance companies look for ways to avoid paying out a claim to someone, especially in auto accident cases. However, sometimes their push to avoid payment crosses into unfair practices and becomes bad faith. If you believe your insurance claim was wrongfully denied, you need an experienced Philadelphia insurance claim denial… Read More »

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Legal Remedies for Bad Faith Insurance Practices in Pennsylvania

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While many of us are insured by companies that use great care in reviewing claims, responding to policyholder concerns, and providing proper coverage after an accident, theft, or a natural disaster, an alarming number of insurers are not so conscientious. Fortunately, consumers in Pennsylvania are protected from the bad faith insurance practices of unscrupulous… Read More »

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How Much Time Does My Pennsylvania Insurer Have to Review My Claim?

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In Pennsylvania, insurers are required to comply with strict regulations and standards. These rules apply to a number of insurance-related matters, including how long an insurer has to investigate, review, and issue decisions on open claims. While most insurers are careful to abide by these rules, it is also not uncommon for insurers to… Read More »

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