Is there a maxiumum amount per month allowed by state law that a hospital can collect on a medical bill in Washington State?
No, there are no laws that regulate monthly payments on such a debt. Hospitals are usually agreeable in working with the person to establish an affordable payment arrangement. This is especially true if the hospital has been certified a trauma center and/or a county or city public hospital rather than a private facility. Many non private hospitals have programs in place to defray cost for persons that qualify for assistance. The best choice would be to contact the hospital's accounting department to discuss the matter before the account is sent to collections.
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Can you collect unemployment in Washington if you are working on an as needed basis in a different state?
Can your beneficiary collect life insurance benefits even there is an outstanding billing in the hospital?
That depends on the statute of limitations in your state. In some states yes, in some states no. On the other hand, the statute of limitations does not stop anyone from being allowed to try and collect on an account. It simply means that they don't have any legal basis to collect, that is, they can not take you to court to obtain a judgment agaonst you. In addition, be aware that this is a…