Insurer Battles Adult Actors’ HIV Claims

 Friday, June 16, 2017

 Insurance Business

The California State Compensation Insurance Fund claims that it has no obligation to cover an adult movie studio that is defending lawsuits from John Doe, Cameron Adams, and Joshua Rodgers, three performers who claim that they contracted HIV during video shoots. “This case involves three injured workers who are attempting to get two bites at the same,” attorney Jennifer Wellman wrote. State Fund has accepted the claim, yet it argued that it has already paid “appropriate medical expenses.”
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