Aliera and Trinity Healthshare

Mehri & Skalet, along with co-counsel Sirianni Youtz Spoonemoore Hamburger, has launched a class action lawsuit in Missouri against Aliera and Trinity Healthshare for issuing purported “health care sharing ministry” health plans that fail to comply with state and federal law. The lawsuits allege that Aliera and Trinity have been refusing to pay claims for health benefits that would otherwise be covered under state and/or federal law, have violated Missouri’s consumer protection act, and have issued illegal policies and plans that fail to include certain required benefits. A copy of the Complaint can be viewed here.

If you have concerns about your health plan with Aliera or Trinity, we would be happy to speak with you to see if you are covered by our lawsuit. You can contact us here.

Recent News Coverage on the Lawsuit:

The New York Times – Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

Associated Press – Lawsuit: Christian health care ministry was deceptive

KCUR-FM – Health Care Sharing Ministry Sold Bogus Products To Missouri Customers, Lawsuit Says

Kansas City Star – ‘Sham’ insurance company preys on unsuspecting customers across Missouri: lawsuit