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HMO Denies Heart Patient Access to Cardiologist and Hospitalization For Drug Treatment
Stephen Keller- Pacifica, CA
Denied Medical Tests Lead To Tumor Growing Unchecked
Paige Lancaster - Virginia
Patient With Debilitating Pain Treated With The Urgency Of A Common Cold
Lillian Jeffries - Sun City, CA
When I Needed Hope, My HMO Gave Me A Denial
Bill Beaver - Pollock Pines, CA
Following Doctor’s Advice Leads to Denied Coverage
Dallas George - Davenport, IA
HMO Denies Quadriplegic Boy Home Nursing Care
Matt Scwabe - Davenport, IA
AIDS Patient Denied Coverage Retroactively, Has No Remedy
John McGann - Houston, TX
A Simple Test Would Have Saved His Hearing
Kyle, 3 - Bakersfield, CA
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Commissioner Lara Approves Over $1 Billion in Unjustified Auto Insurance Rate Hikes
Insurance Commissioner Lara’s approval last week of a $263.7 million rate hike by California’s largest insurer, State Farm, marks the latest in a flurry of approvals of unjustified 2023 auto insurance rate hikes by the top 6 auto insurers, collectively totaling over $1 billion.
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