An insurance company employee is killed because he was on a committee that rejected coverage of an expensive but effective drug for a young girl suffering from leukemia.

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Tony Garcia (as Juan Carlos Hernandez)
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Monique Fowler ...
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Jodi Reeves
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A man who works for an insurance company is beaten to death. Briscoe and Green investigate and learn among his duties is to approve medical treatments. They think he was killed by a man who's upset that the company refused to approve an expensive treatment for his daughter who has leukemia. McCoy tries to offer him a deal but the man refuses because he says his daughter needs him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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16 January 2002 (USA)  »

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What is the worth of life?
6 May 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is easy to dislike the industry the victim was working for. After all, we give them money for some coverage against risks and they try to profit from it at the same time as offering some protection... never generously though. In some way, someone looses in this deal... one did and the other will.

Someone did loose his life for a decision that makes sense in the business but absolutely not for a family seeing a child faint away due to a severe illness that can be treated only through some highly specialised and expensive medicine.

What is the value of a healthy adult life versus the dying health of a child?

If you're a parent, this is interesting. If you're a legal practitioner, you're morally challenged.


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