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  • Lawsuits Challenge New Health Insurer Tactics To Deny Claims And Benefits
    Lawsuits Challenge New Health Insurer Tactics To Deny Claims And Benefits

    To keep their bottom lines growing, health insurance companies are testing a variety of new tactics to deny claims and benefits, consumer advocates say, including rescinding policies after claims are ...

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  • Some Therapist-Patient Communications Not Privileged, Court Says
    Some Therapist-Patient Communications Not Privileged, Court Says

    The therapist-patient privilege does not apply to threats made by a patient directly to his or her therapist when the patient had reason to believe the therapist would report the threats, the Fifth ...

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  • Federal 'Sunshine' Bill Would Bring Secret Court Documents To Light
    Federal 'Sunshine' Bill Would Bring Secret Court Documents To Light

    The Sunshine in Litigation Act of 2007 passed the Senate Judiciary Committee in March, meaning that 14 years after the first version of the bill was introduced, the light is finally dawning on ...

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  • Consumers Guaranteed Right To Hold Corporations Accountable For Hazardous Products
    Consumers Guaranteed Right To Hold Corporations Accountable For Hazardous Products

    House Passes Consumer Product Safety Commission Bill Consumers who have been tragically harmed by dangerous products secured their right to hold irresponsible corporations accountable, under ...

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  • Corporations Are Hiding Secrets That Could Kill You
    Corporations Are Hiding Secrets That Could Kill You

    Sunshine in Litigation Act Would Help Shed Light on Dangerous Products Americans would be shocked and angered to learn that when they go to the store some of the products they purchase may be hiding ...

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  • Insurers Continue To Overcharge, Underpay Policyholders, Study Finds
    Insurers Continue To Overcharge, Underpay Policyholders, Study Finds

    During 2007, property and casualty insurers continued a trend of charging too much for premiums and underpaying claims, leading to an overcharge of about $870 per U.S. household over the last four ...

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