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My company is changing insurance policies. I am in the middle of infertility treatment that is covered 100%. If the new carrier denies me of this can I file a Bad Faith Claim? I would have never have pursued the treatment had it not been covered. I have over 2000.00 invested in medications alone. I don't know what to do. Does the Portablility of Healthcare Act help with this problem?


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It is not bad faith, as absent an employment agreement or union contract the company has the right to change conditions of employment, such as the terms of its insurance, at any time.

It would relly be essential to read the policy and manuals in detail to see if you had a basis for a claim. My suggestion, ask the company HR manager.

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