My son was born two months early, so he spent a month in the NICU. My husband mailed the paperwork into Tricare immediately after he was born so he would be covered under our insurance (we weren't sure how much time we had, so we did it right away). He also called them to inform them. Last week, we received a letter stating that my son would not be covered under our insurance because we didn't send the paperwork in. My husband called them and told them he sent it, and they said we couldn't prove anything. It's a $40,000 bill from the hospital for my son, plus subsequent doctor's visits and a hernia and circumcision. I don't know what we're going to do and I'm so angry and scared and frustrated! Has anyone else had this happen to them? Is there anything we can do?
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