Generaly no. The laws differ in various states according to the statute of limitations. In California the limit is four years for a written contract (auto loan, credit card, medical bill, etc), and generally one or two years for a verbal contract. The collecting party cannot belemish your credit with any debt older than seven years in any state.
Yes, you do.
If there was no legal divorce or separation, you may be responsible for the medical bills.
Yes you still owe the bill. The only way you would not owe is if you declared bankruptcy and then it would be off your credit report in seven years. Your best bet is to just pay it, or the bill collectors can harass you for the rest of your life!!!!
No you do not. Even the I.R.S. has to back off after 7 years. As long as no court charges are pending which can reset the time limit which had to filed within the 7 years. Double check with your states Attorney Generals office for any conflicting state laws.
No, just leave the bill and run...
I am trying to find the same information. Was it Portfolio Recovery Associates? Funny that I was just contacted by that 'collection agency' for a supposed 9 year old AEP bill for the magic number $344. I know I don't owe it, just trying to find info on how to deal with this fraud debt agency. Sounds like a scam to me.
Only he himself can answer this question for you - try talking with him, maybe he just got nostalgic and was wondering how your doing and your life is going.
you have to go to 4 years to a university to get bachleors then 4 mor years of medical school and training. So around 8 years some colleges combine medical and college so it just takes 8 years.
If a bill is six years old and you are just now getting it, it is likely that it has already gone to a collection agency. It has likely been reported on your credit, and you would probably just suffer in paying it.
just call her name and she'll come
Its insurance paid by the insured person each time a medical service is accessed. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copay
Yes, chiropractors can bill your insurance company, just as any medical professional can. However, some may choose not to offer that service.
If you owe someone money, the time since you began owing it is irrelevant. If anything, they may top the debt up with late fees and interests. Your best advice is to pay them now, provided the debt is legal and not already paid or otherwise dealt with.
No. First you have to go to college and get a BA/BS. This is a four year program. Then, you enroll in medical school and that is another 4 years plus residency in a hospital, so you have a total of 12+ years of school to be a doctor. A GED doesn't get you into a medical school.
All states have a service called Indigent medical services or IMS. If you do not have insurance and have a medical need, they will take care of you and pay the bill. All states have this, but you have to ask for it, the hospitals will not just offer the information. You can search Indigent medical services in your county or state to get more information. Hope this helps someone like it helped my mom.
No. According to the Federal Reserve, the average lifespan for a $50 bill is just under four years.
According to the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, a $1 bill has an average lifespan of just under 5 years.
No, to become a Nuerosurgeon it takes at least 15 years of education, 4 years pre med, 4 years of medical school, and 7 years of specialty education
if you mean they are dating-no-they aren't bill and Natalie just friends and they've been friends since Tokio Hotel was formed And Bill also said that he wouldn't date woman ten years older or ten years younger than him.
just as long as any medical profession. 4 years of normal college and 4 years of med school, and 2 years of practice to be called a professional
You would have to have done something very serious on a chat room for the authorities to be contacted. Otherwise you will just be banned for a short period of time.
I just contacted three asking this question and they said it will be in the next few days.
Not just them, but any native American culture that was contacted by Europeans.
There's really no such thing as a time limit. If you don't pay your bill you will still owe it, you just can't be sued after a certain period of time. The statute of limitations on a written contract or promissory note in Utah is 6 years.