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Insurer settles for $17m

State says firm denied claims, misled customers

By Elizabeth Cooney
Globe Correspondent / September 1, 2009

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An insurer that allegedly misled people into buying low-cost health insurance policies and then denied coverage after they became ill will pay $17 million in what the state says may be the largest consumer protection settlement against a health plan in Massachusetts history. (Full article: 527 words)

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