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Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company sign with logo on the side of a building in Philadelphia. Photo: Alan Budman/Shutterstock.com A court of appeals dismissed most of the insurers’ claims, but three survived: equitable claims of unjust enrichment, unjust enrichment under ERISA, and the delay of a case. (Photo: Alan Budman/Shutterstock.com)

Lawyers in Hartford, Connecticut, the insurance capital of the country, are watching as both sides dig in their heels in a multimillion-dollar legal battle involving Cigna Health and Life Insurance Co. and several of its laboratory providers.

Cigna is claiming fraudulent billing. But the labs say Cigna has made these claims in the past as part of a pattern of behavior, something the insurer denies.

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