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Author Topic: Insurance company liable for damages  (Read 5358 times)

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Offline paparocks

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Insurance company liable for damages
« on: May 02, 2015, 12:20:36 pm »
I'm hiring an attorney even if they approve coverage for Harvoni. Upon sending in the prescription my Harvoni my fibrosis score was 1.8 now it is just over 3. I have appealed 3x's and my insurance company has sent my case to the american medical review institute. I'm confident I will get the med, but still my liver was further damaged due to their delay. Two specialist suggested I get the med and I was sent a denial from a f**king pharmacist that works for the insurance company....My insurance policy is now in the hands of an attorney being reviewed.
I have simple partial epilepsy with intractable seizures. Meaning the sicker my liver gets the worse my epileptic seizures are (frequency and severity). A second specialist, my neurologist, has also suggested I get the Harvoni.
They better hope I dont die from a grand mal. My insurance company would be looking at a wrongful death suit. My wife will follow this through.

Offline dearprudence

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Re: Insurance company liable for damages
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2015, 09:30:09 am »
If you have 2 denial of treatment letters call Gilead for help getting Harvoni. I am on vpak and riba, so I was not denied treatment, just denied Harvoni. 5 weeks and doing well so far. Good luck to you.


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