What is my recourse if my maternity benefits were misrepresented to me?

Question Details: I signed up for an insurance policy through my employer that states maternity benefits are covered under 100. Now the insurance is saying that just the pre-natal visits are covered delivery and labs are not covered under the 100 but are now subject to co-insurance and deductible. The plan details, in writing, does not make any reference to these extra charges. Furthermore, if my pregnancy is high risk, the 100 covered visits will not apply. Again, this is not specified in insurance documentation. Will I be able to sue and recover via contingency fee lawyers?

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