Hospital Charges $9.2 Million to Dead Patient's Estate

In 2004, at age 24, Tameka Jaqway Campbell was admitted to Tampa General Hospital, and five years later, she died from progressive demyelinating neuropathy, an incurable illness that destroys the body's nerves. She left behind a $9.2 million bill. Experts contacted by ABC News said they had never heard of a claim or bill as high as this one. And even though the hospital charges would likely be refigured to about $2 million, Holly Bennett, Tameka's mother, said she would refuse to pay them....Full Story
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