Many consumers receive out-of-network medical bills even if they go to an in-network hospital. Should a hospital make sure patients receive care from providers who take the patients’ insurance? See one woman’s fight to get her medical
After a flight cancellation, a United Airlines passenger said he was promised a voucher for a free trip. But when he tried to get the voucher, his requests to the company went unanswered. See how this passenger
If you receive federal benefits, those benefits are protected against non-governmental creditors. But one woman learned those protections aren’t as simple as they may seem. See how her benefits lost their protections.
While it’s pretty clear what makes up a credit score, there’s another kind of score that determines what you’re charged for auto insurance. Here’s a look at your insurance credit score and why insurance companies don’t want
Long-term care insurance can be a very smart investment. But if you ever miss a payment, your policy could be terminated. See what happened when a 90-year-old man missed a payment after he was “confused” following an
A homeowner got into financial trouble, but came to an agreement with TD Bank over his mortgage. He paid in full and on time, but the bank misplaced payments, the homeowner said. Before long, he received a
Decades ago, Catholic hospitals petitioned the IRS to change the status of their pensions to “church plans,” which meant they wouldn’t be subject to federal pension protections. The IRS said yes, and now one plan is almost
After a man swallowed his permanent dental bridge during a surgery, his dentist said insurance wouldn’t pay to replace it because the lost bridge was too new. For months, the consumer fought for the anesthesiologist and the