To determined if you have a valid case against the hospital more facts need to be discovered. You should consult a local attorney. Good luck.
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You are responsible for your medical care and reading and understanding your health insurance policy and identifying network participating providers. Hospitals don't "find out" if they are out-of-network--hospitals are in-network if they sign contracts with the health insurance company and out-of-network if they don't.