Asked in Collections for Missouri

Q: I am being sued in mo. for medical bill that was not submitted to my insurance and bill was sent to ex wife nov 2019

I had a heart attack and was sent to another hospital with a cardiologist on staff. I cant recall being asked at ER for medical card and a person in billing said i was listed as self pay, even though i had the same insurance in 2012 visit. The hospital said I should have sent change of address forms but I have letters adressed to me postmarked prior to nov 2019. do i need a lawyer?

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Ronald J. Eisenberg
Ronald J. Eisenberg
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  • Collections Lawyer
  • Chesterfield, MO
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: If enough money is at stake and you can afford an attorney, I recommend you hire one to defend the case or to try to negotiate a settlement.

Ronald J. Eisenberg

Schultz & Associates LLP

640 Cepi Drive, Suite A

Chesterfield, MO 63005

Direct: (636) 733-6647

Fax: (636) 537-2599

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