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We found that as the likelihood of a successful appeal decreased or the amount of time for the appeals process increased, doctors were increasingly likely to misrepresent the facts" for patients whom they perceived to have life-threatening conditions, Dr.
This research "confirms that a substantial minority of doctors are willing to misrepresent information to insurance companies to get medically necessary care for their patients," according to Dr.
Robert Jordan, the TV station's general manager, says reporters should not misrepresent themselves.
As part of the settlement, the companies can no longer misrepresent the amount of any ingredient contained in their products.
Concluded McClain, "I will say I am very disappointed that the director of the Christian Coalition would try to misrepresent my position to the Christian community, which I'm a member of.
This big market led to many attempts to misrepresent [other] sparkling wines as champagne," says Dominique Tusseau, a scientist with the Interprofessional Committee for Champagne Wines in Epernay, France.
Lash III, professor of law at George Mason University, responding to class-action lawsuits filed by 14 law firms against seven HMOs, alleging that the HMOs misrepresent their coverage and treatment and violate the civil Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act and the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
We would like to remind all motorists that it is an offence to alter, rearrange or misrepresent vehicle registration numbers on number plates in order to form names or words or in such a way that makes it difficult to read the registration number," he said.