If I received a warrant in debt what should I do?

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If I received a warrant in debt what should I do?

The charges relate to a hospital stay 3 years ago. Despite my efforts to correct the billing department they continued to not file and/or misfile my insurance claims. By the time I was told that I could have filed them myself, the insurance company refused to pay due to time limits for filing. I can pay the debt if on a payment plan, but feel that I shouldn’t have to pay it, based on the hospitals error. At this point I would be willing to work out some sort of agreement but don’t feel I should be responsible for the entire debt.

Asked on March 12, 2012 under Bankruptcy Law, Virginia

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