With the average age of Americans constantly rising, numerous people, including many here in Oklahoma, are concerned with how they will pay for long-term care should they need it. There is a question regarding whether traditional insurance policies have a good track record when it comes to covering the costs Medicare won't.
Many readers of our Oklahoma pro-claimants’ insurance law blog perhaps see stories occasionally that spotlight insured parties’ policy wins linked with the intervention of a media source.
Let us count the ways.
It’s always news when the Goliath in a given industry suffers a stern court rebuke, and it’s thus unsurprising to see recent accounts involving a setback for UnitedHealthGroup receive major press coverage.
An insurance company is engaging in far from neutral behavior in its repeated refusals to authorize necessary treatment for his patient, says a doctor in one state. Rather, its actions are purposefully antagonistic. Moreover, the doctor (a psychologist) states that they are endangering the patient.