Thursday, November 17, 2016

Question of the day November 17, 2016 Is there a viable class action lawsuit by consumers and/or insurers if President-Elect Trump and Congress repeal the act? Why or Why not? How much could all the possible litigation that my be brought if the ACA is repealed actually cost the government and taxpayers? Will it be more than keeping and revising the act? Why or why not? What legal rights, if any, do consumers who purchased health insurance have if the ACA is repealed and they lose that insurance? Is this a area of law that has no precedent or are there other examples where the U.S. passed a similar act and then repealed it? Some are reporting that immigration lawyers are being flooded with questions. Is this also true for lawyers regarding questions from consumers about health care insurance and whether they will lose their insurance and what rights they may have?

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