I’m working on a case that just came to me and the bill’s $144,000 and the client had no health insurance. He doesn’t have any health insurance at all. So very often when you approach the billing department for the medical provider, you will need to discuss the allowable amounts which are normally built because let me tell you that 144,000 would not have been billed to him if he had health insurance. So if someone does not have any health insurance, many of these providers will reduce your bills according to the charges for the uninsured. I’m telling you, I’m not scared to take on this case because I do believe that when I discussed this with him and he had no health insurance, it’s going to go down. I recently had a case where, uh, I, I worked on it, believe it or not, for almost a year, and they are only billing my client 5% of what the original charges are. They’re giving her a 95% discount cause she didn’t have any health insurance.

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