Every state has a statute of limitations for medical bills, which are considered to be written contracts, according to About.com. Statute of limitations vary by state and can last for as few as 3 years or up to 10 to 15 ... More »

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Some verbal agreements are enforceable in court, but the statute of frauds states that certain types of contracts must be in writing, as stated by the National Paralegal College. The agreements that must be in writing de... More »

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Jobs that end due to violation of employment contracts or implied contracts, illegal discrimination or whistleblowing are cases of wrongful termination, according to About.com. Employers should use correct language as we... More »

Medical bills should contain a comprehensive, itemized list that includes descriptions of all medical procedures, tests, drugs and supplies along with their billing codes, explains U.S. News & World Report. The list shou... More »

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To interpret CPT medical billing codes, people outside the medical profession can consult the American Medical Association's official website, suggests About.com. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services provides a... More »

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"Stand your ground" laws are state self-defense laws that stipulate that victims who believe their lives are in danger do not need to flee but can resist attackers with deadly force, reports About.com. State legislatures... More »

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An official complaint against a physician can be filed with the licensing board or medical society for the state in which the physician practices, according to the American Medical Association. The AMA maintains a list o... More »

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