Fla. Insurance Co. Says Enemies Illegally Sold Tribal Health Plans
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By Eric Heisig (June 3, 2022, 6:13 p.m. EDT) – A Florida insurance company’s federal lawsuit alleged that several companies planned to illegally sell health plans associated with Native American tribes, although the companies being sued have said the claims are just the latest salvo in a years-long legal battle that stems from a deal gone wrong.
The plaintiff, Health Option One LLC, which does business as Insurance Care Direct, said in New Jersey federal court on Tuesday that five insurance and marketing companies conspired to sell “tribal” plans to customers. in 11 states and the District of Columbia. Utah-based Sovereign Nations Insurance, which said it was established under tribal laws, provides…
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