About a year ago I was injured on the job and instructed by my employer to take an ambulance (which they called for) to a hospital where I received care. My employer apparently never filed my workers compensation claim, because now I'm being called by collection agencies representing the ambulance and the hospital. I had no prior knowledge that the claim wasn't filed and my former employer is now out of business (circuit city).EDIT: My main concern is when the company went out of business, my job was gone too. With the present state of the economy I have still been unable to acquire work and thus cannot afford to pay at all currently. In my opinion it is ridiculous to assume responsibility for a debt that I should not have been responsible for to begin with. I was injured while fulfilling my duty as an employee of said company, the burden should be on them... is the law not that black and white?