Steps to deal with a claim denied for timely filing?

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I’ve searched the subreddit and didn’t see anything on this but apologies if I missed it.

I had a baby in March 2019 and like all newborns he had several routine preventative visits which were all no cost.

In February 2020 I received a bill for one of the visits at $300 because insurance paid nothing. All the other visits were covered/appropriately filed.

I called my insurance and was told the office didn’t file the claim until January and so it wouldn’t be covered. I relayed this to the office billing and they said they would investigate/refile and the charge dropped off my online portal.

Now I’ve just received the same bill again. It’s my understanding that I’m not responsible for this claim since it was the office’s error. I’m wondering if this is accurate and if so what my steps are to dispute the bill.

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I’ve searched the subreddit and didn’t see anything on this but apologies if I missed it. I had a baby in March 2019 and like all newborns he had several routine preventative visits which were all no cost. In February 2020 I received a bill for one of the visits at $300 because insurance paid nothing. All the other visits were covered/appropriately filed. I called my insurance and was told the office didn’t file the claim until January and so it wouldn’t be covered. I relayed this to the office billing and they said they would investigate/refile and the charge dropped off my online portal. Now I’ve just received the same bill again. It’s my understanding that I’m not responsible for this claim since it was the office’s error. I’m wondering if this is accurate and if so what my steps are to dispute the bill.
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