Matthews v. United Healthcare Services, Inc.
A court of the Northern District of Texas held that, in a suit by resident of Panama against a health insurer incorporated in Minnesota over the denial of benefits, the court lacked personal jurisdiction over the insurer where the insured failed to establish a prima facie case of general or specific personal jurisdiction over the insurer in Texas.
health insurance policy, health insurer, pre-existing condition, Panama resident, foreign resident, Minnesota corporation, personal jurisdiction, minimum contacts, motion to dismiss
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