Despite all the harsh statements in the complaint about Patrick's stay at Narconon and the housing, and about his death not being covered and why, the real issue is that Western World Insurance Company must be catching on fast that insuring Narconons is bad for business and they better try and limit their liability - even for paying out deserved funds due plaintiffs.
Western World, along with Narconon Int and Narconon Arrowhead ( Narconon Oklahoma), was sued by the Werninck Family & Kayse's estate this past December in Tulsa court for nonpayment of the agreed upon settlement from last year in the Werninck case. That was regarding Kasey Werninck's negligent death.
First Narconon Arrowhead kills Kayse and go to court and then finally settle because they would lose in a trial anyway. So what do they do. They don't keep their agreement to pay what they owe the family.
The Family is forced to file another lawsuit 6 months later to get them to fulfill their agreement and pay what they settled for. Fortunately 21 days later, they and the insurance company paid up and the case was closed.
Tulsa CJ-2011-7255 12/01/2011 NARCONON OF OKLAHOMA INC (Defendant) WERNINCK, KEITH B v. NARCONON OF OKLAHOMA INC http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/GetCaseInformation.asp?submitted=true&viewtype=caseGeneral&casemasterID=2478139&db=Tulsa
Narconon execs are not above the law like they are trained to believe.