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  1. Confused on how to proceed. SOL expires before 2nd pre-trial. Being sued for an old medical debt from June 2013. At the 1st pre-trial conference they provided me with all the correct validation: Charges inquiry, Signed treatment agreement and assignment of debt. Told me to verify it for accuracy and they would schedule a 2nd pre-trial. Principle balance is $2009 plus interest and court costs the total is $3550. They offered to let me settle the debt by just paying the principle balance and waive all other costs. Is that a good deal or should I settle for less? Does it matter t
  2. Not sure what the correct group to post this is because it could go anywhere.... I'll apologize in advance for being overly wordy(i ramble lol). Ok, So here's the details: I'm 31 years old, had great credit in my early 20s, then got involved with substance abuse - long story short got addicted to pain medication thanks to an injury as a result from an accident and ended up being a straight up "junkie" - vehicle ended up repod, got divorced, racked up some CC debts, various cable bills/cell phone plans, a major hospital bill, and other debts, and basically skipped out on all of em for years. Th
  3. 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
  4. I was treated in the emergency room without insurance but received HCAP, basically charity forgiveness. when youre broke but not broke enough for medicaid. It took the hospital over 90 days to approve the "coverage" so the attending physician services billed me. I made them aware I was applying for the HCAP and waiting for approval. the day i received my HCAP approval I got my first collection agency letter. of course they refused to even listen to what I was saying and the physicians group wouldnt even review the HCAP letter despite the hospital showing a zero balance. I understand individual
  5. Hi, Last summer, I went to the ER and was billed for three services - the ER facility fee, the ER doctor's fee, and the fee for the CT scan I received. My insurance paid the ER facility and ER doctor's fees, but did not pay for the CT scan. My insurance company covers almost everything, and they've never denied a claim before - they're stating that they have never even received the claim for the CT scan, and therefore certainly didn't deny it. I discovered this after it was posted to my CR by a JDB. I contacted the JDB, and they agreed to remove it for 60 days but would place it back on my
  6. Hello all, I had medications on May 2014 and it was supposed to be covered by workers compensation as sprained my ankle at work. I also had my personal health insurance on file. After receiving medications, i had to move out from the address (was in that address until August 2014 - not received a single bill or notification about anything). On April 24 2015, i ran a credit report check and found that there is a collection account for an $xxx amount which was initially reported in Feb 2015. So i called in the CA to get the break-up of the bill & they said the medical debt has been ass
  7. So approximately 4 months ago I received a notice from a debt collection agency that I owed $4700 to them. I called them the next day and requested a list of what exactly the fee was for, they told me who it was from (a hospital but I already guessed that) and said they would get the detailed report out to me ASAP. I never got the list. Fast forward four months and my phone starts ringing at least twice a week while I'm at work even though I told them specifically what time not to call. I attempted to return their call the first time I got put on hold for 20 minutes and ended up hanging up, I
  8. Hello, I have approx 3k in original medical debt from June of 2009. My question is - has the SOL exceeded on this debt? Quick back story: in 2009 I was unemployed, on Cobra. I had a major heart diagnostic scheduled for a Friday, fell ill with flu on a Thursday and the doctor said we should wait until the following week. He was not able to reschedule the test until the next Thursday. Learned shortly after that that my Cobra had ended Sunday night at midnight. It was not due to cancel out until the end of the month. I was seen on the 11th. Tried to work it out - no go with the medi