Bill gates was sued because the website nepscap thought that windows was trying to copy their website
A website who has a disclaimer cannot be sued for posting inaccurate medical or legal information. That is what a disclaimer is for.
A doctor can be sued for breaking doctor/patient confidentiality.
The bill dies with her
Medical bills can be a very daunting thing to have to tame. If you are being sued in Georgia and there are medical bills involved you should know there is a statute of limitations. This statute is six years from the time of treatment.
I would pay the bill. This is the start of your being sued for the bill.
Nope, they cannot.
too much, the average medical bill is too much!
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== == no they can not do so for a medical bill.
What is the statue of limitations in Florida for a hospital and medical bill?
I believe that the most sued specialty are Ob-Gyns.
Yes, you can be sued over an outstanding debt. If you fear that you will be sued, you should call and set up a payment arrangement to cover the bill.
If you don't pay your credit card bill... yes.
A medical malpractice case is a case in which someone sues someone for medical reasons.An example of one would be if the surgeon amputated the wrong foot and the patient sued them.
HE MSUT HAVE A REG # OR LIC # ...YES
The guarantor is the person responsible for a medical bill. For a child, the guarantor is usually a parent.
Your medical records are protected by Federal privacy laws. If your's have been leaked, the source of the leak can be prosecuted and sued for damages.
It would be relevant to know how this person died and who is being sued for wrongful death. Conceivably, if the wrongful death suit is won and a payment is made, then the plaintiff in the suit (presumably, a relative of the person who died) would be in a position to pay medical bills, although if the doctors are being sued for wrongful death it may not make sense to also pay their bills. If the suit fails and there is no settlement, and the estate has no money, then the medical bills do not get paid. Not every bill can be collected. Sometimes they have to be written off as noncollectable.
all states are required to keep medical records for at least 7 years. Most medical records are kept longer in case they get sued.