Did Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe associate David Ridenour exploit a child’s injury to scam his firm’s health plan sponsor out of more than half a million dollars?

Or was Ridenour stiffed by the insurer, Cigna Health & Life Insurance Co., after his seven-month-old son suffered a severe skull fracture that required ongoing therapy?

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