It may not apply to your situation. I am not aware of any court rulings on this provision of the Administrative Code. It is a little complicated. More information would be helpful. What type of services? Was their medicare, medicade, private insurance, was it a PPO or HMO? What type of services were subject to balance billing? Radiology, anesthesiology , ER visit? I will respond if you do. Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org...
Peter Munsing's answer Short answer is no. Courts don't tell administrative agencies what to do, and it's within their discretion. However, if your problem is getting a rehab plan or similar going, you will want to contact a group that deals with pain like the cancer socieity for your state, etc.
Joshua Bradley's answer There are many factors in a medical malpractice lawsuit. One factor in particular would be that the negligence of the medical provider must be the cause of damages. In other words, just because there was a delay in notification of a medical condition, does not always translate to damages. If you feel there were damages due to the delay, it is important to contact a personal injury attorney as there are time limitations on when you can bring a lawsuit.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Instead of rights, do you perhaps mean liability exposure? Because yes, you are potentially asking for trouble if you are not sure that what you are saying in the foreign language is understood in the way you intend.
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