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  1. If I had my child in 2011 and never received a hospital bill. Even though I called them many times. Now they’re billing it incorrectly. Where it wasn’t an emergency and because it was an out of Network hospital. My portion would be 50% of the bill. I read that the statue limitations is four years in California. Are they allowed to send me a bill 5 years later?

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