After Air Ambulance Preemption II: No, General Health Insurance Won’t Pick Up the Tab (and a Couple of Additional Points)

As I mentioned in my last post (immediately preceding this post), Wyoming is arguing, in EagleMed, that if the state’s workers’ compensation division fails to pick up some, or all, of the expense of air ambulance transportation, injured workers could…

via After Air Ambulance Preemption II: No, General Health Insurance Won’t Pick Up the Tab (and a Couple of Additional Points) — Workers’ Compensation Law Prof Blog

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