Insurance Law

Justices Rule Peer Review Precludes Attorney Fee Awards

, The Legal Intelligencer


The state Supreme Court has ruled that an insurer cannot be ordered to pay a medical provider's attorney fees when the insurer properly employed the peer review process before denying coverage because it deemed the medical care unnecessary.

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