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White v. Jubitz Corp.

... a tort action, seeking as economic damages the total amount that his healthcare providers had ... provides individuals with varying degrees of coverage for different types of medical care. ... 2a(d). Part B of the Medicare program provides "medical and other health services," including ...

Scott v. State Farm Mutual Auto. Ins.

... the top of the form was printed, in all capital letters, `The information provided will enable us to determine if you are entitled to benefits under the policyholder's insurance contract.' (Uppercase omitted.) The form also included an authorization for plaintiff's health care providers to ...


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