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My caregiver complained to my insurance about care , soon after I was TERMINATED as a patient .I repeadtly asked why was I terminated to both insurance and providers office threw email. 5 months later THHS civil rights commission has concluded their complaint in which written false allegations of caregiver were stated that claim caregiver Harrassed Doctor, asked to commit fraud, was being difficult, and that's way they terminated patient . I am certain that this was an act of Retaliation and I believe I can prove fasle by correspondence of emails I kept . also patient had 7 ongoing infections ,That were deemed medical nessarary due to multiple life threatening medical issues .after termination patient visited emergency care twice for nerve pain (foreseeable injury). Can I sue?
Angel, you’re free to pursue any remedy you see fit. However, only an attorney would be able to answer if a lawsuit is a viable option for you. After hearing your story, and going over the facts, your attorney will determine if a lawsuit is the best course of action for you.
My question is if in fact I am able to prove without a doubt that no such harassment ,asking to commit fraud . . etc.took place based on evidence of emails showing proof that caregiver was very concerned about the patient and the care being recieved and no such act of harassment can be determined from these emails, do you believe this evidence might give cause of action? Before I proceed with obtaining an attorney for further action.I wouldnt want to waste anyone's time .but I do believe I have suffient EVIDENCE that would be indirect contradiction to false allegations stated by dental office.
Why have I yet to receive a response
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