Anyone who sought care in the hospital or emergency room since 2016 and had issues paying their bills. This includes those who were sent to collections as a result.
What’s Going On?
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether hospitals are overbilling certain patients for care. If so, they may be able to get class action lawsuits started.
How a Class Action Lawsuit Could Help
A class action lawsuit could help patients get back the money they already paid toward their bills and have any remaining debts canceled. A successful case could also provide credit repair to patients who had their credit scores affected.
What You Can Do
If you would like to learn more about this investigation, fill out the form on this page and share your story. One of the attorneys we work with may then reach out to you directly to explain more about the investigation and how you may be able to get your bill thrown out.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether hospitals are overbilling certain patients in violation of federal law.
As part of their investigation, they would like to speak to anyone who sought care in the hospital or emergency room since 2016 and has had trouble paying their bills. This includes patients who were sent to or have been threatened with collections.
If you’ve struggled to pay a hospital bill to the point you’ve been threatened with collections, fill out the form on the page and tell us about it.
It’s possible you were overbilled and may be able to take legal action to have the bill thrown out.
How a Lawsuit Could Help
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org suspect that some patients are being billed in such a way that they end up paying money that is not actually owed to the hospital or the debt collection agency where the bill is eventually sent.
A lawsuit, if filed and successful, could help patients who were wrongfully charged:
Get back any money they paid toward their bill
Have the remaining debt canceled and have the collections process stopped
Receive credit repair if their credit scores were affected because of the debt
The hospital could also be ordered by the court to change the way they charge certain patients for care.
What You Can Do
Before attorneys working with ClassAction.org can even consider taking legal action, they need to learn more about the way hospitals across the country are billing their patients, particularly those who were sent to collections.
If you are struggling to pay a hospital or emergency room bill, fill out the form on this page and tell us about it. Attorneys working with ClassAction.org may be able to help you and other patients take action to have your bills thrown out.
What’s the Catch?
There is none. It doesn’t cost anything to get in touch with us or to speak to one of the attorneys we work with. Further, you’re not obligated to take legal action after speaking to someone about your rights.