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State Law Claims Against TPA, Stop Loss Insurer Regarding ASA/Policy Language Not Preempted
Thompson Publishing Group Link to more items from this source
Aug. 16, 2000
Excerpt: ERISA did not preempt state law claims against a third-party administrator (TPA) and stop-loss insurer regarding problems with claims processing, a federal district court in Indiana ruled. The court generally found that the claim processing dispute solely involved interpreting the administrative services agreement (ASA) or the stop-loss policy-- not the ERISA plan. Therefore, no ERISA issues were involved. The case is Analytical Surveys, Inc. v. Intercare Health Plans, Inc.

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