Is there a limitation on time from when medical(dental) services were provide and you can actually get billed?

Asked 10 months ago - Christiansburg, VA

I recently received a bill from the dental office, that goes back to almost 3yrs. During this time period I have repeated asked for my bill and they always waived it off as in matter of the fact.... "we will get it to you..." They have put a note on the bill apologizing for the delay and that they had issues with their billing system. Some of the charges are so old now that I have no way of asking questions or disputing any of it. More than willing to pay my share, however it is strange how they can take 3 yrs to send the bill and expect me to pay in 30days. Just wondering?

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  1. Alan James Brinkmeier

    Contributor Level 20

    Answered . Contracts: Written, 5 years
    Oral 3 years

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