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Shelter Insurance Calculation of Actual Cash Value Arkansas Class Action

The complaint for this class action alleges that Shelter Insurance Company does not use a valid method for determining the actual cash value (ACV) of a totaled vehicle, relying instead on something called a CCC One Market Valuation Report.   Read more

Insurance
Insurance, Incomplete payment of benefits due, Auto Insurance, Actual Cash Value
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Allstate Insurance PIP Payout to Non-Pennsylvania Providers Class Action

What happens when you have PIP (personal injury protection) coverage but the insurance company refuses to pay adequate rates to your medical providers for treatment? The complaint alleges that Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Company and Allstate Insurance Company have refused to pay providers outside of Pennsylvania the “usual and customary” rates for treatment provided  Read more

Insurance
Insurance, Incomplete payment of benefits due, Auto Insurance
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USAA Casualty Total-Loss Title and Registration Fees Class Action

When a vehicle is totaled, which of the costs to replace the vehicle should the insurance payout cover? The complaint for this class action alleges that USAA Casualty Insurance Company underpaid customers because it did not include state and local title transfer and vehicle registration fees, which are mandatory with new vehicles.  Read more

Insurance
Insurance, Auto Insurance, Actual Cash Value
The Metropolitan Life Insurance Tower

Met Life Short-Term Disability Plan Small Payout California Class Action

This California class action alleges that Metropolitan Life Insurance Company sold Short-Term Disability (STD) policies whose benefits were “false and illusory” because of the conditions in the policies. The complaint claims the policies provided “no increased value” over California’s State Disability Insurance (SDI) program, which residents of the state already participate in through mandatory payroll  Read more

Insurance
Little or No Actual Insurance Payout Value, Insurance, Disability Insurance
St. Vincent Infirmary Building

St. Vincent Seeks Higher Medical Bill Payments Arkansas Class Action

When Nicholas Dorado was injured in an auto accident, he discovered that the facility that treated him did not immediately submit the bills to his insurance company but looked for higher payments than those the insurance company was willing to make. This class action sues St. Vincent Community Health Services, Inc., St. Vincent Infirmary Medical  Read more

Insurance
Your Health, Medical Care, Insurance, Improper Liens or Claims for Payment, Health Insurance
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Anthem Blue Cross Payment for Emergency Non-Contracted Providers Class Action

Under California law, insurers must pay reasonable fees to medical providers for emergency services performed on one of their insureds, even if the medical providers are not part of their own networks. California laws also require prompt payment to medical providers. The complaint for this class action claims that Anthem Blue Cross complies with neither  Read more

Insurance
Insurance, Health Insurance, Failure to Pay Interest Due, Denial of Reimbursement or Delayed Reimbursement
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Washington Regional Medical Center Pursues Insured Patient for Higher Charges Class Action

This class action takes on another practice of the convoluted US healthcare system in which injuries sustained in a car accident may not be paid for by the injured person’s medical insurance. The complaint claims that plaintiff Curtis Randolph was treated at Washington Regional Medical Center (WRMC), a hospital within his insurer’s network, but that  Read more

Insurance
Medical Care, Health Insurance, Charges in Excess of What Was Promised

Insurance Company Lack of Liability for Law-Breaking Actions Lawsuit

This case is built on a class action in which plaintiff Gorss Motels is alleging that AVM Enterprises sent it junk faxes in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and Connecticut’s General Statutes (Gorss Motels, Inc. v. AVM Enterprises, Inc., et al., No. 17-01078, the Underlying Action for this case). In this case,  Read more

Insurance
Insurance, Disputes about Liability for Insured's Actions, Declarative Relief Only