Angelo v. Celtic Insurance Co.
A magistrate of the Western District of Texas recommended denial of a motion for class certification alleging misrepresentation of available provider networks under a health insurance policy, finding that the insured plaintiffs had not plausibly pleaded an injury in fact because the plaintiffs did not plead any facts supporting a reasonable expectation of network size or that the plaintiffs overpaid premiums for the purchased policies.
health insurance policy, class certification, predominance requirement, superiority requirement, standing, injury in fact, provider network
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