Aetna was recently hit with a $25.6M bad faith verdict for denial of an insured’s cancer treatment in Oklahoma. When Orrana Cunningham was diagnosed with stage IV nasopharyngeal cancer in November, 2014, Aetna fought tooth and nail against her claims and those of her husband. The Cunnighams paid for appropriate treatment on their own and, after Orrana’s untimely death, Ron pursued their claims against Aetna. The bottom line is that Aetna lost a $25.6 million bad faith jury verdict.
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