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What is the statute of limitations on medical bills in North Carolina?

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SOL in North Carolina for an Open Account is 3 years from last charge or payment and a Written Contract 3 years. Medical bills are normally considered written contract, but it could be one or the other. If the contract is signed under seal, it may have a longer time. Note that other factors will determine when the SOL begins to be counted.

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