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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Cigna Alleging the Company Misappropriates Millions of Dollars From its Insureds to Pay Administrative Fees to its Subcontractors
According to a complaint filed on July 24, 2015, Cigna is in violation of the ERISA and RICO Acts through is cost-shifting scheme facilitated by sending its customers false Explanation of Benefits forms which misrepresent the administrative fees Cigna owes to the subcontractors as medical expenses billed by a medical provider.
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About The Class Action Lawsuit Against Cigna
A Class Action complaint was filed against Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company and its subsidiaries on July 24, 2015 in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado alleging the defendant misappropriated millions of dollars every year from its customers and the employers who sponsor Cigna self-insured health insurance plans. The complaint contends Cigna is in violation of both the ERISA and RICO Acts by covering up its scheme by sending false Explanation of Benefits forms to those it insurers or does business with which falsely bills the administrative costs owned by the company to subcontractors as medical expenses billed by a medical provider. The lawsuit continues to allege this cover up allows Cigna to illegally (i) obtain the subcontractors’ administrative fees from those they insure once their deductibles have not been reached; (ii) use their customers health spending accounts to pay for these fees; (iii) inflate their customers co-insurance using administrative fees; (iv) reduce the amount of available coverage for medical services when said coverage is subject to an annual cap; and (v) collect payment of the administrative fees directly from employers when their customer’s deductible has been reached or is not applicable.