I settled over an $800+ bill in court and paid it off. Now the same collection agency on behalf of the same hospital, is saying i owe another $1900+ from previous service dates before the aforemention $800+ bill. Is this even legal? What should i do?
Could be legal. Sounds like you only settled one bill. Without seeing the other bills, it's hard to say whether they can collection for various issues including statutes of limitations. Consult local counsel to best determine your options.
I work at a retail store as a pharmacy technician. I have ADHD, anxiety, and depression. I take medication for all of these conditions, and for the most part, I feel they’re under control and that I do my job reasonably well. I’ve always been pretty upfront about my struggles, so they're... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal and that your post remains open for five weeks. At this point, you could consider reaching out to Tennessee employment attorneys to discuss your matter in confidence. The format here is brief general questions, and your description seems more complex than something...Read more »
There is no 30 day rule. I assume you are talking about an Appeal or setting aside the MDA. You were supposed to inform the Spouse of the Termination Of Insurance. In effect, you have lied to the Court. The Spouse has grounds to Set Aside the Divorce, possibly up to 1 year from Judgment.
Hello, I am a Pharmacist in Tennessee, and I want to start an online pharmacist consulting business involving reviewing patient's medications, recommending optimal therapy based on best evidence, answering drug information questions and providing cost-savings by finding cheaper alternatives... Read more »
You are likely in need of a business attorney to advise regarding these points. I recommend you consult with an attorney for detailed answers to these questions and deeper discussions of potential legal risks in this new business plan and ways you may mitigate that risk.
I'm married and polyamorous, my boyfriend was forced to sign over his legal rights to his family because he's disabled. His family recently decided to control everything he does, including a rule that he has to update them on where he goes. He's 25 and fully functioning. He wants to... Read more »
Normally, a power of attorney can simply be ended by the rejection of the POA. However, it this is court ordered as you question suggests, he will need to retain counsel, file a petition and have a hearing to prove the POA is no longer needed.
this is the second time make me concerned about the vaccine,my nephew went to different doctor and he got 4 shots,but my baby only got 2,i just want to make sure my baby got enough vaccines for living healthy,
You'd get the best input from a Tennessee attorney, but your question remains open for two weeks. From the description, it's difficult to tell exactly what happened. At any rate, it's unlikely that an emergency room ran no test(s). You could arrange a consultation with a Tennessee...Read more »
The Daughter might hire an attorney, or might represent herself. She needs to be very polite, and try to explain what happened to the Prosecutor or Judge. But it is very likely she will be found guilty, and the Appeal is De Novo to Circuit, that is not cheap or easy. The Officer will certainly...Read more »
I have sent the COB on multiple occasions. I have even called and informed them they are my primary insurance. My other insurance is federally funded and even they admit they should pick up what Aetna does not cover. What should I do?
You may want to consult with an attorney. This could be a case that could be solved by sending a demand letter to Aetna explaining the facts and your position that they should cover you. If that does not work you may have to litigate the issue. I recommend you bring all the relevant documents and...Read more »
You could consult with a Tennessee attorney about such a case, and some of the fundamental questions that would arise are: what damages did you sustain, and are there medical records to support those damages.
Was TennCare listed as a Creditor in your Bankruptcy? Were they listed as an unsecured, non-priority Debt? And if so, did the State fight it? You must look at your Bankruptcy File, and will probably have to spend alot of time with the Court's File. Hire a competent attorney. But if...Read more »
He was diagnosed 30 years ago with Bipolar Disorder and has been off his medication for the past 6-7 years. He has been homeless and last year we were able to get him a house. He was living well on his own until about 2 weeks ago. He has taken a sudden turn for the worse. He refuses to go to... Read more »
You can ask the court to appoint you as his conservator. There are mental health services including mental health case managers to help, but unless you are his conservator, he can refuse those services.
No, not if you are in active labor. The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) is a federal law that requires anyone coming to an emergency department to be stabilized and treated, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.
Your question does not specify, but I assume this health insurance is for minor children? If he provides documentation that he has been turned down/does not qualify, then I would purchase substitute insurance. ( Its always better to have some health insurance in the event of unforseen medical...Read more »
This man has had his daughter banned from receiving any information about his health almost every time he has been admitted to the hospital and has told multiple friends and family members he doesn't want her involved. Somehow she figured out the password to come see him and has taken over as... Read more »
have my adult stepson locked away because of his mental illness.. the lawyer told me the three questions a judge would ask and my stepson could answer every one of them.. brother thinks that I should pay the 28 hundred dollars and try anyway.
what are the questions a judge would ask my... Read more »
He will ask if your step son wants to hurt himself, wants to hurt someone else, and can he care for himself in a way that would not put him in immediate danger. He will also need to determine if your stepson has a mental illness or a serious emotional disturbance. Another option to consider in...Read more »
the student had a virus, the medications along with medications to treat the disability clashed causing him to first be euphoric, then to go into a stupor missing his deadline for finals. The trainer gave him samples of OTC meds, the doctor gave him presciptions and then the Psychiatrist gave him... Read more »
This case likely will not be pursued by a Tennessee civil lawyer, but this link takes you to a listing of TN cities, that you can use to fine a list of lawyers near you. Call a few of them, and talk via phone, to see if the case has any value....Read more »
She doesn't work, 27 years old, did have a high IQ. Not sure what damage drugs have done. We do know some of her memories are actually her 16 year old sisters memories. There is so much she does not remember. We just found out she has been doing meth for almost 3 years, smokes pot all the... Read more »
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