A man who works for an insurance company is beaten to death. Briscoe and Green investigate and learn among his duties is to approve medical treatments. They think he was killed by a man who's upset that the company refused to approve an expensive treatment for his daughter who has leukemia. McCoy tries to offer him a deal but the man refuses because he says his daughter needs him.
Did You Know?
The Defense used the full value of the cost of the treatment over 70 years, but the actual cost that should have used the Present Value of the future cost streams. When calculated, this would've been close to $370,000 -- not much different than the present cost of $350,000 for a BMT. The Prosecution would have pointed this out. See more