After a loved-one dies, when you are emotionally drained and vulnerable, it is then that you are expected to make big decisions at enormous financial costs. Businesses will use your emotions for their own gains. Get help and protect yourself.
Dan Myers Sues University Hospitals for Over Billing Patients and Violating Ohio Consumer Protection Laws
Dan Myers filed a lawsuit against University Hospitals, alleging that they have double-billed patients, ignored requests for billing records, shared patient medical information with debt collectors when there is no debt, and violated multiple laws in Ohio concerning patient charges and payments.
Hospitals have been Illegally Billing, Deceiving Patients and Treating them Unfairly for Decades. Myers Law is Fighting Back.
Myers Law is taking on illegal and unfair billing and pricing practices of hospital systems across Ohio. Just like car mechanics, construction contractors, and other service providers, hospitals are required to comply with Ohio consumer protection laws. But they don’t.
Attorney Dan Myers offers pro bono guidance and consultation to City of Cleveland concerning elderly protections under the new home repair funding program.
By Daniel Myers A contract is just a deal. You enter contracts every time you buy something, whether you buy a home, a car, construction services, or a lemon. … Continue reading
Salem Attorney Geoffrey Goll and DDY, Inc. Agree to Settle Federal Debt Collection Lawsuit Filed by Ohio Consumers
Columbiana County attorney Geoffrey S. Goll, and a debt collection company DDY, Inc., agreed to a Federal Court Order prohibiting them from engaging in certain conduct, and requiring them to pay attorney … Continue reading
Class Action Lawsuit Filed by Myers Law Against Debt Collectors Alleges Collectors Threatened Consumers With Prison
A class-action lawsuit filed against Columbiana County attorney and former government official Geoffrey S. Goll, and his debt collection company DDY, Inc., alleges that consumers were threatened with prison for unpaid hospital bills.