I had a procedure done at the dentist. I asked several times what the full amount of costs would be ($900 all in!). They wanted my health insurance ID. I asked why, they said it's for the pathologist but it will be covered by insurance: no problems there. I confirmed this twice since I have an... Read more »
An Illinois attorney would need to advise, since insurance practices are governed by state law. But your post remains open for three weeks. One option, before seeking meaningful input from a local attorney in the Chicago area could be to explore what the carrier could do. With surprise invoices,...Read more »
Can you sue? You can sue anyone for anything, but that doesn't mean you can win. I imagine you'll have a hard time finding a lawyer to bring a claim for this unless you can prove you were injured. Injury might be a long term...Read more »
Certainly. But if she has a family member, there should be a contract written that the family member will be paid out of the estate at the rate of x per hour and will be reimbursed for her services upon death.
That is unless she can be paid now or they forego any payment.
I'm sorry for your father's ordeal. An Illinois attorney would need to answer this question, as it goes to the element of timeliness under the statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit, which is a state-specific element of procedural law. But your post remains open for three weeks. Four...Read more »
Your employer or its insurance carrier may investigate any past medical records for the condition you claim is work related, but does not have an unfettered right to any and all medical records. Any medical authorization form you sign should be limited to the condition you claim is work related.
Generally speaking, TOD means "Transfer on Death," and STA means "Securities Transfer Association." Your question remains open for four weeks; for a meaningful explanation of these terms, you should consider consulting with an attorney knowledgeable in probate/estate law, more...Read more »
They were called in for family but The scrips were actually call in from docs. They were not controlled substances and I was helping a friend who did not have a car. So if they are legit called in by a doctor why should I be in trouble. Plus the pharmacy gave them too me and never asked a... Read more »
I have a dispute with my family, they gained access to money under my name and then had me mentally committed where now they are smearing my name in court proceedings to the point where a judge is providing a waiver of service for me to attend these proceedings. According to the multitude of laws... Read more »
The stakes are for too high for you to act as your own lawyer in this case. I admire your spirit, but the time has come for you to hire a lawyer. Bring him or her the research you've done, but by all means hire a lawyer. Don't risk your freedom (financial and otherwise) by trying to do it...Read more »
My son is on my insurance plan, and it is just the two of us. If my plan costs $100 per month, would we split half of $50? I would think my half costs $50, and my sons half costs $50 which we'd split and each pay $25 for his insurance monthly. His father thinks we should only split the... Read more »
A couple years back I fell outside my apartment complex. It was during winter time and they didn’t clean not salted the parking lot. I took pictures and doctors/hospital paperwork. They said they were taking care of it. As of right now I thought everything but one bill was good but two years... Read more »
You can file a lawsuit against the complex and/or property management company, but only if it is within 2 years from the date of the incident. If it is inside of 2 years, consult with an attorney immediately. IF it is outside of 2 years, you may not have any options for recovery, as the statute...Read more »
I have a Florida Certification of Immunization form saying my daughter received shots on a certain date, but when her current Doctor's office requested the notes from the previous office, there was no record of her getting the shots. It was not recorded on her last visit and it actually says... Read more »
The question who pose should be taken up by your daughter's physician: What health consequences did the 3 extra doses of vaccine your daughter receive have on her health? You didn't say, fortunately, that your daughter had any ill-effects or injury of any kind from the overdosage....Read more »
My step son ran away from home and the hospital got verbal consent from the child's mother even though she lost all rights to the children in court? How can the hospital legal due any none emergency surgery on the child with out consent from the child's legal guardian/parent? And what can... Read more »
More information is needed. Did anyone petitioner her by January 14, 1998? Was she physically present in December of 2000 and petitioned by April 30, 2001? Which dates did she enter without inspection? Does she want to consider other forms of immigration relief, such as cancellation of removal...Read more »
The company asked me what do I feel would be a good amount of compensation for this. As of now nothing medically is wrong but I did have a panic attack and was hospitalized for 24 hours do to me panicking about taking expired medication.
Contact a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association--they give free consults. You want to include the cost to your insurance or you of the treatment you received as they have a "right of subrogation."
The doctor's order may be acceptable medical practice given the report of the CNA and assistant. However, you shouldn't be reluctant about complaining to the hospital or doctor's office that the lab test order was unnecessary given your symptoms and question the the propriety of the bill.
Wasn't I suppose to be informed? Can I sue for neglence if they felt like they did all they could do for my mother? I ordered a complete record of her file and the DNR paper is not there or my power of attorney papers not there neither. Do I have a case?
Unless they did something wrong, not necessarily. Many people give a power of attorney to others "just in case." that doesn't mean that whoever deals with them has to ask the person holding the POA if the person who gave it is right in front of them and looks to be in an...Read more »
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