Should Insurance Companines Be Chargned for Patient Deaths
A thought just occurred to be. If, in American, someone with insurance is denied coverage because a procedure is deemed unnecessary by their insurer and they die or their condition worsens, then why are the insurance companies not only sued but fined into bankruptcy. As I see denying, an otherwise qualified, customer life saving or anti-debilitating treatment should be the same as killing or injuring them yourself. If a company wants to say that a procedure is "cosmetic" or whatever lame excuse they come up with then they should have to put themselves on the line and defend their actions in a court of law.
The reason I say that the company should be charged is because I don't want the low level clerks who made the decision according to company policy to be charged and as we all know that is how things work in America.
Also, why does do you fail so much, America.
PPS: If companies are already fined for such conduct then why haven't the fines been increased substantially?