Frequently Asked Questions
Over 30+ years we have heard it all. Listening to our clients there are few topics and questions that come up often that we have compiled here.
What does a medical bill advocate do?
How do I work with you?
Depending on your specific situation, we’ll develop a strategy to help fix the problem you’re having. We’ll discuss the details in a free phone consultation then explain our process, the benefits we believe we can provide, and our charge before we get started.
Does it matter if I have insurance or not?
No, we handle a variety of medical billing problems, some involve insurance issues, and many involve negotiating balances for patients who received treatment but were uninsured.
What if my bills are a few years old?
What if I already have a judgment filed against me for my medical bills?
How bad will medical debt affect my credit?
The medical debt can affect your credit, but it has a smaller impact then nonmedical debt. This distinction recognizes that most medical debt is not voluntary and should not be considered the same as general consumer debt.
How do I know if a bill is correct or not?
I’m really worried because I was past my due date
I haven’t met my deductible, but I have a big bill. What should I do?
My claims are denied, what do I do?
I’m worried about malpractice and don’t want to pay my bill.
Can you help my family member who was visiting me in the United States from another county, got sick, and now has a large medical payment?
Schedule a free consultation
A common phrase in our office is “Tell me what is going on”. We are here to help you with your medical bill questions and complications. We listen and determine if we are a good fit for your billing issue and will advise you on your next best steps for the problem.