- Report: #428023
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Complaint Review: AETNA Health Insurance
AETNA Health Insuranceaetna.com Tampa, Florida U.S.A.
AETNA Health Insurance Wont pay claims using ERISA Law Tampa Florida
*Consumer Comment: Health Insurance coverage doesn't really exist in US!
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I finally contacted a lawyer in August of 2008 to get this resolved and my doctors paid. My lawyer received no response from them. My lawyer filed in state court to sue them. Aetna in turn filed this claim in federal court under the ERISA Law. A law that protects them. To see what this law is Google "what is ERISA Law" and wait till you read it!
My laywer will not go to federal court because bills are only $3000.00 and winning is rare.What I want to let everyone out there to know is if you have a group insurance plan watch out!!! If the Insurance company does want to pay they don't have to.
My lawyer is going to try to settle but for 50 cents on the dollar which means I am responsible for any balance. What was I paying $73.30 a week for on $10 a hour.
Please read the ERISA Law it will shock you!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/24/2009 02:49 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/AETNA-Health-Insurance/Tampa-Florida/AETNA-Health-Insurance-Wont-pay-claims-using-ERISA-Law-Tampa-Florida-428023. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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