Saskatchewan Man Stroke Arizona: Family Awaits Bill After Insurance Claim Denied
A shocking story came up that a man from Saskatchewan suffered a major stroke last month. As a result of his deteriorating health condition due to stroke, the Saskatchewan man was admitted to a medical facility in Arizona where he racked up thousands of dollars in medical expenses when his insurance company lifted its hand to pay the bills. Since this news broke out on the internet it is making huge headlines on the internet and leaving people in a frenzy to search for what actually happened and what was the aftermath circumstances when the insurance company denied coverage. Eventually, netizens have been curious about it and started scrounging web articles to learn about it. In the following sections of this article, we have answered all the imperative questions regarding this story. So be sticky with this page and must read all the further given sections. Kindly drag down the page and take a look below.
Saskatchewan Man Stroke Arizona
The man who suffered a heart attack, his granddaughter named Rebecca Fee explained that her grandfather Louis Lamothe suffered a massive stroke in Yuma, Arizona on Feb 3, 2023, when he was with his wife. But the massive stroke left him paralyzed on one side of his body. Louis Lamothe was even unable to speak and swallow. Scroll down the page and read more details.
Granddaughter Rebecca Fee also asserted that her family later got to know that the insurance Lamothe had taken, would not cover his medical bills. Fee said, “we had no words, we just sat in the hallway and cried” at the Arizona hospital where Lamothe was admitted. Rebecca further said, “One of his primary doctors walked past us just as we got the news and he said, ‘Do you need something? and I said insurance just denied our claim and his jaw just hit the floor.”
Talking about the insurer, Lamothe had taken insurance from Blue Cross company which denied coverage due to a 10-milligram increase in a cholesterol medication he takes that was not informed to the company. Thus, Lamothe’s granddaughter said they wanted me to confirm his dosage for this cholesterol pill, and of course, I confirmed it right away. I found the bottle (and told Blue Cross) it was 20 milligrams. Shortly after, Blue Cross called them and said your claim had been rejected. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.