I was informed by his staff that the provider was in network with my insurance company. I paid my co-pays for the times i was seen at his office, but now almost two years later I've received a "final notice" to pay a balance of $230 because the office was out of network with my insurance. I had never been contacted about this before and services were done in November 2011. Do i have the right to request a write off being that i was told they participated with my policy and amount of time from date of service and billing date?
Divorce is the process of formally ending a marriage. Divorces may be jointly agreed upon, resolved by negotiation, or decided in court.
During divorce, courts usually require spouses to maintain the status quo regarding their health insurance and keep the same policy.
by attorney Teri M. Nelson
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