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My husband was hospitalized recently. s company offers

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My husband was hospitalized recently. His company offers healthcare under pan America which is a hospital indemnity that pays $75 for Er and $300 per day - does not cover major medical, Md, hospital tests, IV etc. from all we are seeing. To see if can get any help, they want our tax record. I am employed full time, have healthcare, etc. and do not want my social security number / income etc. as part of this. We are victims of obamacare with the policy he has at work. What can we do? How am I the spouse protected? We live in Virginia.
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Consumer Protection Law
Expert:  Infolawyer replied 4 months ago.

You are not personally liable. SS income cannot be touched. If the medical provider cannot collect, often it will write it off as uncollectible, but will want to confirm assets are not available in his name.

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
You did not answer my question. We do not have SS income. We both work full time. Obamacare had stabbed us. No one will write off or work with us until we give them my social security number and apply Medicaid. I am a nurse working full time. My husband works at hotel full time. The hotel insurance does not cover illness or hospital charges. That is obamacare for the working class.
Expert:  Infolawyer replied 4 months ago.

You may offer to provide part of SS number or dob instead. some verification of identify is standard in negotiating claims.

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