i knew i was going to miss court date criminal in manhathan and i emailed my lawyer the reasons and a letter from my employer stating that after i got the court date on last date i have to go to work in LIMA, PERU and we come back the date of my court dateat night... and all i get from my lawyer is that i will probably get a bench warrant without telling me if i had a legitimate reason do to the job in a diferent country it took me almost a month to get an answer from him now i will loose my job if i miss that job ( production manager for an international latin artist)
What can I do when a Hospital has billed for a procedure that the Doctor did not do??? and then he billed for it and Medicare was billed??? The billing took place on Oct. 31, 2010. My mother went into the ER and was diagnosed with a early evolving infact. The ER Doctor did everything urgently, and was ready to give TPA I.V. Then the Neurologist showed up and the Interv. Radiologist stalled for another 50 min. (verified time in ER notes) then did a risky procedure going up to the brain and pulsed tpa and grabbed the clot 6 hours later. The Doctor said it was unsuccessful and he was not able to get to the clot in the brain, due to the carotid artery was full of plaque. But the billing billed for the $86,000.00 dollar procedure and they billed medicare. This is horrible! Then, I got the records and the Doctor falsified records.....what can do...? Has the statue of limitations run out to file a claim against insurance billing fraud?? What can I do? Robyn XXXXXXXX
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