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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Tony, May 19, 2000.
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RE: multiple collection "
I would contact the hospital and ask them for a copy of all the bills in question,
then I would contact the insurance company
and see what the hospital sent to them, and
see what they paid. After you receive all
the papers then you can make a educated decision on what to do.
Be sure and tell the Hospital you want a copy of the original and what they billed the insurance co for. Hospitals have been known to double bill people to try and get more money. Look at the bill and make sure
everything on it is true. I had a hospital
emergency room bill my insurance co. $3000
for X-RAYS and setting and appying a cast
to a broken leg. This was hilarious, the
only thing they did was put 5 stitches on my
knee where i split it open sliding into second base, the base moved and I hit the metal support, that's all they did, the corrected bill was $396.00. Hope this has helped.