SUIT: BLUECROSS ACTED IN BAD FAITH IN REJECTING TEEN'S MENTAL HEALTH CLAIMS B.W. v. BlueCross & BlueShield of Tex. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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SUIT: BLUECROSS ACTED IN BAD FAITH IN REJECTING TEEN'S MENTAL HEALTH CLAIMS

B.W. v. BlueCross & BlueShield of Tex.

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Parents of a mentally ill teen who attempted suicide allege BlueCross and BlueShield of Texas acted in bad faith when it refused to pay for treatment and left them on the hook for more than $135,000 in medical bills.
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