Who Will Step Up to Protect Policyholders?

, New York Law Journal

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Litigation is expensive and the cost of pursuing your rights in court are all too frequently pyrrhic. Consider the plight of an employee who is forced to sue his or her insurance company because it refuses to pay for certain medical costs due to a dispute over whether hospital procedures are covered by its insurance policy. After a long and time-consuming legal battle, even if the employee ultimately wins, the attorney fees incurred along the way may equal or even dwarf the recovery.

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