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Insight Medical Partners manages and owns a portion of Workers First.
Jeff Jubelirer, a spokesman for Insight as well as for Patel, Purewal, and Jalali, said it was premature to comment because attorneys were still reviewing the lawsuit.
Each of those doctors also owns 12.25 percent of the pharmacy, records show.
Of the eight pharmacies named in the suit, 700 Pharmacy’s bills account for nearly one-third of the .7 million First Mutual is seeking to recover.The defendants have not yet filed a response to the suit in Common Pleas Court. Sam Pond, a founding partner of the law firm and co-owner of Workers First, released a statement Tuesday responding to the original Inquirer and Daily News story.“We are proud of the alliance between attorneys and the medical community that works together to protect our clients from a very strong and determined opponent: the insurance industry,” Pond wrote.One prescription claim from May 19, 2014, came to ,447, of which Liberty paid ,956.Patel owns 12.25 percent of 700 Pharmacy, records show.In addition to Patel, Purewal, and Jalali, the defendants in the lawsuit include pharmacy consultant Phil Shin, pharmacist Stephen Katsarakes, and Dr. Shin, of Villanova, is listed as the contact person on Workers First’s state pharmacy board application.