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InHealth Connecticut named in suits seeking to recover losses

Brian HallenbeckMay 17, 2019

The Willimantic-based owner of a string of doctors’ offices that abruptly closed last month is named in several lawsuits seeking to recover hundreds of thousands of dollars.

InHealth Connecticut, also known as InHealth Med CT, closed its private doctors’ offices in Mystic, Norwich and Willimantic, in some cases providing little advance notice to office staff and patients, some of whom said they’ve had trouble getting their medical records transferred.

In a lawsuit filed April 23 in Superior Court in Putnam, a lender that had agreed to loan InHealth an initial sum of 300,000 in July 2017. Judge Matthew Augur’s order granting a “prejudgment remedy” allows Two Diamond to garnish “to the value of 280,000, a sum which was to paid in 24 equal installments, starting three months after the deal’s closing date. According to Te’s suit, filed last May in Putnam, InHealth had failed to make five payments.

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