We previously posted here and here on decisions by the Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeal in Ahn v. Liberty Mutual Fire Ins. Co. and Kim v. Liberty Mutual Fire Ins. Co. As you recall, the issue in the two cases was whether the insured could seek administrative review when the insurer denied coverage or was the right to seek review limited to the medical provider.
My blogging colleague, Rebecca Copeland, attended last week the oral argument in the two cases before the Hawaii Supreme Court. Rebecca's recent post [here] gives us a flavor of how the oral argument went. We will now wait for the Supreme Court's decision.