What is my legal recourse when a health insurance company fails to disclose monetary limitations of their coverage until after the enrollment period is over?

Question Details: I would not have purchased a plan that costs more than $100 a month more than the previous plan, resulting in an extra cost of more than $1200 this would cover services of up to $1050 per year. These coverage limitations for the upgraded insurance were not provided to me at the time of purchase. This seems, at the very least, deceptive if not fraudulent.

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