(a) A physician or other medical provider who alleges a violation of this act may
bring a civil action for appropriate injunctive relief, actual and punitive damages
and costs including reasonable attorney fees.
(b) An action commenced pursuant to this chapter may be brought in the superior court
for the county where the alleged violation occurred, the county where the complainant
resides or the county in which the insurer maintains its principal place of business.
(c) The court rendering a judgment in an action under this act shall order, as the
court considers appropriate, reinstatement of the provider agreement.
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