Is there a legal form that I can use to have my chiropractor sign that will end any obligation I have to pay?

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Is there a legal form that I can use to have my chiropractor sign that will end any obligation I have to pay?

I was in an auto accident and my chiropractor has had trouble getting paid by the insurance co. The chiropractic office said they were going to take care of the issue with the insurance company. I have followed up numerous times and still no results. At this point, I would like to get them to sign off removing me from any further obliglations to them. It has been over a year since my accident and 8 months since I last saw the chiropractor for treatment related to the accident. I last spoke to their business office person 2 months ago.

Asked on July 9, 2012 under Personal Injury, Washington

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MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

I am unsure how successful you will be in getting this signed by the chiropractor. If it is willing to do so, it can provide such a form or letter to you indicating it releases any claims it has against you for monies owed and that it will consider your debt paid or no debt is owed. Ultimately, you may wish to file a complaint against the insurance company with your state's insurance department and see if that can help jog a payment.


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