As they left the building another CIGNA employee heckled them from a balcony above.
Watch it here:
Although the family tried to sue,
The Sarkisyan family's wrongful-death suit was thrown out of court because of a 1987 Supreme Court ruling that shields employer-paid health care plans from damages over their coverage decisions.
The Sarkisyans say the law needs to be changed to allow people to sue health insurers for these kinds of decisions.
"If you don't sue, you can't make changes," Hilda Sarkisyan said. "It's not about the money. It's about the principle. They are just going to keep denying people care if we don't stop them."
Yet conservatives want to not only protect companies like CIGNA, but also enact even stricter “tort reform” to prevent people from seeking justice in the courts.
When will the scales be tilted in favor of the people?