Mom Cobb here with an update of sorts. As readers may have noticed, we have been pretty busy of late. Cigna has not done anything particularly nasty of late requiring our special loving care so I didn't want anyone to think Cigna had pulled anything.
We are back folks! I know some thought we just grabbed the money and ran...nothing could be further from the truth. We (the whole team) needed some time to rest and decompress from the almost 80 hour a week job of taking on someone the size of Cigna. While we often seemed to have an inexhaustible supply of energy, we simply went beyond what we had to spend physically and mentally in order to keep up that pace.
Dateline: Las Vegas August 2014
Well folks, here is the headline that we always wanted to share but like anything crazy and desperate, we were never certain that it would happen. Yet, it did; actually it happened at the end of last week. We would have reported sooner but Edward just had to get the animated headline above just right. She can be OCD that way ;)
Sometimes I wonder why it is that many other people fighting Cigna seem to spend a lot of time quietly waiting around for things, yet we are fighting them almost every single day. Doing some research today for another report that I was working on turned up something that might explain it all.
In a recent court case against Cigna, the allegations included the following eight items that had been done to other people. In our case, they have done them all to us within the period of the most current denial and appeal. Each item as been annotated with what happened to us or what we found in the records. We are fighting them on each point.
Cigna Hacking 102: Fast investigations anyone can do...
...getting to know the enemy... _________________________________________________________________
Radical Ed here with part two of our series on Hacking Cigna 101. If you have not read, learned and adopted the lessons learned in lesson 1, please review them now. As with everything you read on the web, it comes with a 20 meter warranty; once it gets 20 meters from the website, it expires ;)
So now that you know how to get around safely and cover your own tracks, it is time to put those skills to use. This being a techie article, expect to learn something. What you learn in this article will allow you to do some things that some people might not be comfortable with. It is up to each of us to consult our experience with Cigna as well as our moral compass and decide what kind of fighter you need to be. However before deciding on how nice a person you are, remember that in broad strokes, everything here is something that Cigna has done to Jeff Cobb and so probably will do to you. We are just taking things to the next step.