Court of Appeal Holds that Insurance Companies Are Not Required to Disclose the Lowest Premium They Would Accept But Reaffirms Insurers’ Duty to Disclose Material Facts as to Coverage

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The case of Levine v. Blue Shield of California involved Michael Levine, who was an unmarried attorney with two dependants at the time he applied for health insurance. Blue Shield issued a health plan that covered Levine and one of his dependants and a separate policy was issued to cover his other dependent. After Levine married, he sought to add his wife on to his policy as an additional dependant. Blue Shield complied with this request and Levine continued to pay premiums.

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