Health Insurance Copay Overcharges

Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP is investigating potential claims against Anthem (Elevance Health) and other health insurance companies for improperly charging copays and deductibles to individuals above their policy’s out-of-pocket maximum limit. 

Lawsuit investigation: health insurance copayment overcharges

Insurance policies often contain complex policy wording and term definitions, so it is important to get legal counsel on your policy language from an attorney with experience handling litigation against insurance companies to understand your policy’s copayment obligations and out-of-pocket limitations.

Stueve Siegel Hanson, a leading law firm nationally ranked for plaintiff mass tort and class action litigation, advocates for policyholders and health plan participants nationwide. Our skilled attorneys have experience navigating the nuances of insurance policy language and have recovered more than $2 billion in cash and death benefits for policyholders. 

If you have continued to be charged for copayments or deductibles after your out-of-pocket maximum was reached, your insurer may be in violation of the terms of your plan. Contact our team by submitting a form below. We will review your policy and related documents free of charge or obligation.

Anthem (Elevance Health) Investigation

Anthem, which rebranded its parent company name to Elevance Health in 2022, is the second largest health insurance company in the United States.

More than 46 million people are insured by Anthem-branded health plans, including multiple Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans, offered in 14 states: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, New Hampshire, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

If you believe you are being charged copays or other fees for covered services after reaching your out-of-pocket maximum, please complete and submit a form to contact our team today. We can help assess your situation and explain your options.

Health Insurance Copay Overcharges Lawsuit Investigation

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