Bartolic Law helped a client suffering from Multiple Sclerosis get continued treatment with an expensive medication after the insurer cut off payment for the treatment. The medication costs approximately $10,000 per month, and the insurer paid for it for 6 years. Then it abruptly stopped covering the medication, asserting it was not medically necessary, as treatment with that drug ordinarily does not last longer than 2 years. We were able to show that the insurer’s guidelines were not in line with medical necessity and that the past 6 years of treatment had helped the client. We were able to resolve the matter for the client so he could continue to manage that devastating disease.