Coy v. AIG

The deadline to submit a claim form has passed so the benefits under the Settlement are no longer available.

This lawsuit was filed on February 11, 2005 and alleges improper PPO discounts taken by AIG Claim Services, Inc. (which changed its name to AIG Domestic Claims Services, Inc, now known as Chartis Claims, Inc.), AIG Marketing, Inc., and National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA on the bills of licensed healthcare providers who treated patients covered by a workers’ compensation or automobile policy issued by Defendants under Illinois law without providing steerage of patients to providers.

Defendants have denied and continue to deny all charges of wrongdoing or liability against them arising out of the allegations and claims asserted in the lawsuit. Defendants maintain that their actions complied at all times with Illinois law.

DATES TO REMEMBER (All deadlines have passed)

  • The opt out deadline was October 13, 2009
  • The objection deadline was October 13, 2009
  • The Request Form deadline was March 11, 2010


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