I called Quest and found out that A) they had no insurance info and B) they had my address wrong, hence the 5th notice that was news to me. I gave them the insurance co. and the member number and they said to toss out the bill and forget about it.Hi,Actually, if you can submit this yourself to your own insurer directly, then I would recommend you do so. The worst that would happen with your insurer is that they get multiple submissions for the same claim. One will of them will get paid. As my post said, in *my* case, Quest had everything right and *still* billed me. The insurance co. said they never saw a bill. While I'm not inclined to trust the insurance co., I will add that the bills for Quest were paid within weeks of my submitting them, so the problem *seems* to have been Quest's failure or inability to properly submit their bills. I had 3 different dates of service and each was billed back to me at least 4 times. The first bill was for service at the end of September in 2001. It was finally paid & straightened out this April when I submitted the bill myself.-Neglectarino
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