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Trust Cannot Force Stop-Loss Insurer to Pay Claims When It Did Not Provide Data Under Contract Terms
Thompson Publishing GroupLink to more items from this source
Mar. 6, 2002
Excerpt: A trust cannot use legal proceedings to force a stop-loss insurer to pay claims when its contract with that insurer specified that the trust must provide certain documentation beforehand -- which the trust never did, according to the supreme court of New York.

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