A very troubling practice has come to Justice Catalyst Law’s attention: Justice Catalyst Law has been hearing from people across the country that either when people are being admitted to the hospital or as part of hospital’s bill collection practices,
Justice Catalyst Law, a nonprofit law firm, is actively investigating inflated medical bills from Emergency and Acute Care Medical Corp, and Progressive Management Systems. Medical debt is truly an epidemic in the United States: more than one in four Americans have had trouble paying a
This suit alleges that NSC maintains vast databases housing detailed information about college students and their college enrollment history from which it sells reports to potential creditors, insurers and employers among others.
Justice Catalyst Law filed a class action against the largest healthcare staffing company in the country, TeamHealth, alleging that it systemically inflates medical bills sent to patients around the country.
JCL and NCLC submitted a letter complaint to the IRS, stating that non-profit hospitals were violating their obligations under the Internal Revenue Code by outsourcing their emergency rooms to for-profit entities who did not offer free and reduced care (sometimes
JCL and a coalition of nonprofit consumer-advocacy and public-interest organizations submitted a letter to the Colorado Motor Vehicle Dealer Board demanding that the board take action to cease an abusive tactic employed by the Colorado auto dealer industry
Justice Catalyst Law and partners served Maximus Federal Services, Inc. with a lawsuit that alleges the company is engaging in illegal collection activity against student loan borrowers who submitted Borrower Defense repayment claims to the U.S. Department of Education.