Cole v. United Healthcare Insurance Company

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Case overview

Case Number:

1:19-cv-21258

Court:

Florida Southern

Nature of Suit:

Labor: E.R.I.S.A.

Multi Party Litigation:

Class Action

Judge:

Darrin P. Gayles

Firms

  1. October 28, 2019

    Fla. Court Sends UHC Cancer Coverage Suit To Mass.

    A Florida federal judge on Monday granted UnitedHealthcare's motion to transfer a prominent Miami attorney's proposed class action over cancer treatment coverage to Massachusetts, where a similar case had been filed a month earlier.

  2. July 09, 2019

    UnitedHealthcare Says Prostate Cancer Treatment Suit Flawed

    UnitedHealthcare Insurance Co. has urged a Florida federal judge to pare down a proposed class action accusing the insurer of wrongly denying coverage for a particular prostate cancer treatment, arguing there were flaws in the patients' fiduciary breach claims.

  3. June 03, 2019

    UnitedHealthcare Wants Fla. Class Action Moved To Mass.

    A Miami attorney's proposed class action against UnitedHealthcare over cancer treatment coverage, which made the rounds of the Southern District of Florida when several judges passed on it due to possible conflicts, could be on the move again as the insurer argued Monday for transfer to Massachusetts.

  4. April 29, 2019

    Judge Recuses Self Over Views On Insurer's 'Barbaric' Policy

    A Florida federal judge stepped down Monday from a proposed class action claiming UnitedHealthcare improperly classified a certain cancer treatment as experimental to avoid providing coverage, saying his personal opinion prevented him from ruling fairly on what he called "immoral and barbaric" actions.

  5. April 25, 2019

    Class Suit Targets UnitedHealthcare Cancer Coverage Policy

    UnitedHealthcare has been hit with a putative class action in Florida federal court by a prominent Miami attorney who alleges the insurer improperly refused to cover a certain radiation treatment for prostate cancer patients, including himself, prior to January and should reprocess and reimburse patients for those claims.

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