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Hello & HELP!, I work for a medical provider and I am assisting a patient who is being harassed by a collection agency and her insurance company. Here is the breakdown: Patient had surgery in California but the Patient lives in Michigan and her Insurance company's coverage is out of Michigan. Our patient was seen and services were rendered in June 2011. We are a medical facility out of California and the patient lives and has insurance coverage out of Michigan. Our surgical center submitted an out of network claim correctly. Shortly after submitting the claim the Insuran
Today I just realized something. As I wait for the green cards to return for my JAMS Demand for CACH and their attorneys, for the shady dealings associated with their judgment victory over me, I have a victory of my own: I now have NO DEBTS that can be successfully sued, if I fight back, even a little. The two remaining ones, another CACH and a Chase, are both out of DE SOL now, and MN's borrowing statute is pretty strong. YAY! I can tell any collectors to FOAD. Some sweetness is good, yes?