Weight Losses

Darras, Frank N.
July 2009
Best's Review;Jul2009, Vol. 110 Issue 3, p98
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision made by the California Court of Appeal on the lawsuit between Cindy Hailey and the California Physicians' Service Inc. Hailey has alleged California Physicians' Service's insurance company Blue Shield for breaching of contract after it terminated the plaintiff's insurance coverage. The court ruled a summary of judgment to Blue Shield and states that it cannot terminate its coverage brought by its underwriting obligation to the plaintiff.


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