Defended Multiple Third Party Medical Insurance Administrators for Negligent Administration and Allegations of Misrepresentation and Fraud

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Ken Perry defended multiple third party medical insurance administrators for negligent administration and allegations of misrepresentation and fraud. In one case, which was affirmed on appeal, the court held that administrator did not make any unambiguous promise to pay a medical provider at a given rate based upon a billed charge, and thus no claim for promissory estoppel claim existed. Furthermore, the provider failed to establish that it reasonably and justifiably relied on any such promise by the insurance administrator.


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