Major Tx. hospital overbilled and sent notice they were investigating charges. If owed money, would send bill. I went to nearest clinic and bill said I was owed money. Several months later, I receive a refund from 2 years ago. I believe they overbilled and others were affected by this glitch. I also believe should be paid interest.
Could be a class action but its tough to say without knowing more information. I would talk to a local consumer protection class action attorney and have them review your case.
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I do not see a question or a viable case. Contested billing issue class actions are not viable in Texas or in the Fifth Circuit for reasons that go far beyond this general Q&A forum. I have litigated that case, got it certified in the trial court and lost on appeal. Google "individualize issues of reliance."
While I doubt it would be cost effective to do so, you can certainly sue for your interest in justice court.
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