Insurer Sued Over Attendant Care Benefits

Plaintiff, now age 82, suffered a traumatic brain injury in a 2006 automobile accident. This was her second lawsuit against the insurance company relating to attendant care benefits. She had asked the insurance company for a cost- of-living increase in her attendant care benefits. She provided an economist’s report supporting her demand. The insurance company refused to a COLA and litigation was instituted. The insurance company blocked discovery at every turn.

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