Scott Glovsky Serving the Los Angeles Region
Surprisingly, most Medicare recipients actually have stronger rights now than before they were entitled to Medicare.
Here’s how it works:
Medicare patients are generally not subject to laws that restrict what you can recover from your insurance company when you’re wrongfully denied a health treatment or procedure. This means that a health insurer or provider has a lot to risk when they deny, delay, or interfere with the health treatments and procedures you deserve.
Our cases have involved health insurers failing to pay for critical treatments or procedures involving:
- Organ transplants
- Cancer treatments
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Psychiatric care
- Behavioral therapies
- Many others
Often times the necessary treatments and procedures may involve out of network health providers, experimental treatments or procedures, and treatments and procedures that the health insurance provider wants someone else to provide.
Some of these denials and delays have led to permanent disabilities and even death. In every case, the patient and their family have suffered needlessly because of the insurance company’s desire to put profits ahead of people.
We Help Medicare Patients Fight Health Insurance Denials
Have you been denied treatment or procedure? We can help.