In Affinity Living Grp., LLC v. StarStone Specialty Ins. Co., 959 F.3d 634 (4th Cir. 2020), the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit addressed whether a False Claims Act (“FCA”) suit against an insured for allegedly submitting false Medicaid reimbursement claims fell within an errors and omissions policy’s coverage grant for “damages resulting from a claim arising out of a medical incident.” The insured, an operator of adult care homes, allegedly submitted reimbursement claims for resident services that were never provided in violation of the federal False Claims Act and the North Carolina False Claims Act. A private party brought a qui tam action, and the insured sought insurance coverage for the suit.
Fourth Circuit Finds False Claims Seeking Medicaid Reimbursement “Arise Out Of” Medical Incident Triggering E&O Coverage
August 10, 2020
Philip Brandt - Traub Lieberman
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