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Re: [IP] Coverage for pump education classes-what does it cost?

On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Michael wrote:
> Don't worry yourself about it, just get a written denial, and file an 
> appeal. Let them know in plain but polite terms that they can pay the 
> bill or you will be happy to sue them for breech of contract -- this 
> is not a denial of benefits issue, but a matter of contract law. You 
> can probably even take the matter to small claims court if you wish.

This is good advise, but you have to be careful with it.  In the state of
AZ you cannot sue your HMO.  You have to sign a contract when you first
sign up that says this.  All you can do is keep filing the complaint here!


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