When You Get Charged For Someone Else’s Mistake: An Exciting Follow-Up
Ester Bloom

I had almost the exact situation before I got pregnant and also successfully avoided the charge. I asked for a genetic test to see if I had a blood clotting disorder that runs in my family that would change the care I received if I became pregnant. The doctor got confused and ordered the wrong test. I didn’t want to pay the $300 bill for it. Took a couple phone calls but also got out of paying.

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