I went in to a doctor's office (I only saw a PA, no real doctor) to see if I still had Anemia (low blood). The blood was drawn and test was ran in the office that day and I had the results before I left. 6 months later, I receive a bill for almost $1,800 that this "Physician Assistant" requested in blood work to be sent off to a different state to do. I informed her the day of the visit that I have NO insurance, and I can only afford the visit today, nothing extra. I called the office and after 3 people transferring me, I get a hateful lady getting loud with me for 30 minutes saying "Its your fault. You have to pay all of it."
1 Answer from Attorneys
Your post has nothing to do with medical malpractice. When you go to a doctor's office, you owe for what care they provide. Pay it, or if you have enough debt, go bankrupt.
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