Statute of Limitations


I was served papers for past medical bills. I am curious what the SOL is.. some of these are from 2015 and I know some have been paid but I have to go through my bank history. I utilized this firm for my divorce and I just need some clarification. The debt totals is 2173.59 so I don’t know if enough for help.

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on January 11, 2022 7:08 pm
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First, thank you for choosing Robinson & Henry for your prior legal matter.

In Colorado, most medical debt has a statute of limitations of 6 years. Unfortunately the picture is often more confusing, because the contract that you signed may have the jurisdiction in a different state, and each statute has a different statute of limitations. Also, payments made can revive the statute and restart the period the creditor has to collect the debt.

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Answered on January 12, 2022 7:19 am