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I went to my pharmacy 2 years ago to get a antibiotic

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I went to my pharmacy 2 years ago to get a antibiotic for a workman's comp injury. I paid my deductible and went on my way. Now 2 years later I get a letter from a lawyer saying I owe the pharmacist for my work comp. 756.00. What happened is that my RX charged the work comp for my daily maintenance medication instead of my med insurance that they always charged. They made a billing error and won't fix it. I didn't make the mistake they did and they won't fix it or do anything about it. I have tried everything and they won't fix their mistake. Do I need to sue?
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Maverick replied 3 months ago.

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ANSWER: Yes, that may be the only option at this point. You will need to sue them in what is called a declaratory judgment action for a court order that says that under the terms of your worker's comp insurance policy you do not owe this bill. Here is the law. Here is a sample petition

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