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Medical Billing Fraud & Improper Billing Practices

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December 28, 2017

Improper billing practices happen more often in Colorado than you might imagine.

A few weeks ago, I posted an article about the many ways that hospitals are trying to take advantage of people who are hurt in Denver car accidents and Denver motorcycle accidents. Because of some questions I …

7 Winter Motorcycle Riding Tips

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December 21, 2017

Motorcycle enthusiasts don’t like stowing their bikes away for the winter months. As the dark winter days drag on, it’s like their motorcycles are calling to them from the garage and the roads tease them with moments of glorious sunshine. So, it’s no wonder that hardy souls still head out …

Are all motorcycles created equal?

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December 13, 2017

I’ve attended several motorcycle events recently (Look Twice/Save a Life, Pikes Peak Bike Week, Toy Run for Children’s Hospital) and I just love chatting with passionate bikers. It’s no secret that bikers are as loyal to their motorcycles as they are to their spouses and their pets. If you’re a …

Do you have to call your insurance company after an accident?

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December 6, 2017

If you’ve been the victim of a recent car or motorcycle accident, the short answer is yes, you should always call your insurance company; however, you should know a few key things before making that phone call.

Following your accident, you’re likely facing more obstacles and challenges than you expected. …

Healthcare Billing Fraud in Denver

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December 1, 2017

In past articles, I’ve made it pretty clear that I am fed up with hospital billing practices that victimize people who have been in car or motorcycle accidents.

In a nutshell: hospitals do everything in their power (sometimes skirting the law) to charge victims the absolute maximum that they can. …

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