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I have been sent to collection for a medical bill which i am disputing ins. should have covered it
The hospital double billed for services and no one will even entertain my response. What should i do?

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Who are you disputing with? Call your insurance first of all with all the need info of the visit. See if they indeed pay for all of the services. If so, get your insurance company to contact your doctor's office and or send you proof of the bill being paid. If this is an ER visit then the hospital will bill you and the doctors will send a seperate bill.

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i had a huge hospital bill of $15,000 from a couple years ago my insurance was suppose to go back 3 months and cover any medical bills, because i recieved it not long after i was released from the hospital. now i have a huge medical bill on my credit report how do i go about disputing this? because since then i have switched insurances due to the aforable care act. Any help would be great seeing how iam so lost with what to do. thanks.

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