Harvoni Insurance Attorney in California
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Have you been denied treatment for Hepatitis C using a prescription medicine called Sovaldi (sofosbuvir) or Harvoni (ledipasvir/sofosbuvir)? We can help you! Sovaldi and Harvoni were approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treatment of patients with Hepatitis C in December 2013 and October 2014, respectively. Sovaldi and Harvoni have been found to successfully treat over 90% of patients, with few side effects, during eight, twelve or twenty-four week treatments. If you have been denied access to treatment by your insurance company, you may be eligible to file a legal action against your health insurance company! Contact our California health insurance attorneys today.
Why Choose Kantor & Kantor LLP to Handle Your Case?
- We have over 160 years of collective legal experience
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- We work on a contingency fee basis
- We have successfully handled thousands of cases
- We provide free case consultations
- We have a proven track record of client satisfaction
Hepatitis C & Harvoni Treatment
It is estimated that over three million Americans have chronic hepatitis C and 15,000 people die each year to liver disease connected to hepatitis C. This disease is contagious and can be fatal, attacking the liver and contracted by way of exposure to another infected individual's blood. Complications linked to hepatitis C include liver damage, infections, and liver cancer.
Some insurance companies claim that Sovaldi and Harvoni treatments are not "medically necessary" and apply coverage restrictions on hepatitis C patients who have been prescribed the use of Sovaldi or Harvoni by their treating professional. Our health insurance attorneys can file a lawsuit against your health insurance company for denying you coverage for medically necessary treatment. Legal actions may be filed under ERISA, or for insurance bad faith under California law.
Protecting Policyholders From Denials of Coverage
If you or a loved one has suffered harm and been denied coverage for Harvoni treatment, speak with Kantor & Kantor LLP right away to fight your insurance company for breach of contract. If you are involved in a dispute withAnthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Aetna, Health Net, Kaiser, Met Life, or other insurer, we can stand behind you and fight for your rights.
Contact us today for your no-cost consultation.