According to this link delinquent debt has a limit of 3 yrs in Mississippi -- http://www.bankrate.com/brm/news/cc/20040116b1.asp?print=onk
Be aware that the 3 year statute of limitations for debt collection doesn't apply to the state, or state entities. Therefore hospitals which are considered county hospitals are state entities and the statute of limitations never runs against them. These hospitals can seek to collect bills which are older than 3 years.
Mississippi has one statute of limitations for misdemeanors. It is set at 2 years.
Mississippi goes hard on people that commit murder. They do not have a statute of limitations on most felonies. Because there is no limit, there is no reason to toll the statute of limitations.
Hospital bill are normally classified as a written agreement. In California that means the limit will be four years from the last acknowledgement of the debt.
It might vary from state to state.
in sc what is the ststue of limitations on hospital bills
In Mississippi a speeding ticket will not have a statute of limitations. You have been informed of the violation and penalty.
Mississippi takes offense at people that kill others. They do not have a statute of limitations on murder. Most states actually don't have one for this crime.
Since Mississippi has already issued the ticket there will not be a statute of limitations. The driver has already been given legal notice of the violation.
In Idaho, there are no statue of limitations on having to pay hospital bills directly from a hospital. However, there is a 7 year statute of limitations in Idaho for hospital bills bought by a factoring or collection company.
Mississippi takes offense at people that commit crimes. They do not have a statute of limitations on most felonies. If it actually has a limit, it will be two years, but there aren't many of them.