Kaiser Permanente Hit With TCPA Suit Over Unsolicited Calls

Law360, New York (April 26, 2013, 2:06 PM EDT) -- Kaiser Permanente was hit Wednesday with a proposed class action that accuses the health care organization of violating consumer privacy and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by calling a former California customer's cellphone without consent.

Plaintiff Rafael David Sherman alleges that Kaiser sent an unsolicited automated message to his cellphone April 23, three months after Sherman canceled his health insurance coverage with the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc., according to the complaint filed in the Southern District of California. Kaiser used an automatic dialing system to...
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