A one-stop resource for facts about the Idaho Patient Act which seeks to dramatically change the current billing practices for Idaho doctors.
Juan's version of the facts just do not add up. He refused to file the paperwork with the Crime Victims fund in order to get the bills paid. He also misstated the attorney fees and medical billing costs.
Leslie claims she incurred a $1,213 bill for emergency treatment after being attacked by a dog.
Mari claims that “Without prior warning or indication, a sheriff showed up at their home to arrest Mari’s husband and take him to the courthouse.
If Byron had called MRS in response to the letters, Byron could have told MRS that he had insurance. MRS would have suspended collection while the emergency room billed his insurance.
The truth about Grace's medical debt is that she ignored repeated notices and even after agreeing to a payment plans she failed to make any of those payments.
Under current law, it is not believable that Andrew did not know about the judgment for 12 years.
Jen claims that in October 2019, she was served garnishment papers for an additional $4,253.43 in attorney’s fees and costs.