A Manhattan judge has given the go-ahead to a class action alleging that a leading health maintenance organization committed fraud and breach of contract by letting personnel other than doctors decide what length of hospital stay will be covered.
In denying the Prudential Insurance Company’s bid to have the case dismissed in its entirety, Supreme Court Justice Herman Cahn said the suit can proceed even though the plaintiffs had failed to exhaust their remedies under the insurance contract.
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