The remaining spouse or executor of the deceased's will.
In medical billing, AR stands for Accounts Receivable. Accounts receivable are the claims that are unpaid by insurance companies or patients. An A/R caller is a person who calls insurance companies about unpaid claims and tries to resolve the reason the claim is unpaid.
Your question is too vague to answer.
My husband just died about 6 months ago and no, i am not responsible for his medical bills....I have spoken with my Lawyer and he informed me in fl i do not have to cover ANY unpaid debt of a spouse
Yes. That's why Insurance is a good idea. Even if you get Medicaid, at death they can get your house.
Health Insurance pays benefits to the doctors and hospitals that provide medical assistance when your are sick or hurt.Supplemental Insurance pays benefits directly to you. Use the money to cover unpaid medical bills, travel expenses, and to replace lost income.
It would depend on what is listed in the divorce decree. If the medical bills were for a child, more than likely both parents are responsible for 50% of the medical bill. If the medical bill was incurred by one spouse, the court may not recognize that as community property and make it responsibility of the debt-incurring party.
Unpaid balances owed to insurance companies will be sent to collection agencies and will count against your credit.
Yes, unpaid medical bills will be reported to credit bureaus not to mention the collection agency that the medical facility will pursue.
Yes, it is the responsibility of the primary insurance holder. The admission papers are also likely to have specified this.
No. There are many adverse consequences of unpaid medical bills, including lawsuits and wage garnishment, only noncustodial parents paying child support can be jailed for unpaid medical bills in America.