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A company I worked for had an employee with a crushed pelvis and multiple fractures in both legs. 4 months in a hospital/inpatient rehab, physical therapy, counseling, and worker's compensation totaled around $300,000 (a week of profit for this company) in 3 years and a partially disabled employee.
4 months in the hospital/rehab....ugh....My 1 week stay+2 weeks live in rehab were the suck, couldn't stand 4 months of that BS.
35,600 posts and counting since 09-09-2002. tRCMB Dead Pool Commissioner.
This guy is very lucky to be alive. You are too.
I'd guess between $15-20k. Had a kidney transplant a little over a year and a half ago and that totaled about $250K
What was the msrp of the actual kidney?
Not meaning that you paid for it, just wondering if it was actually listed separately on the bill
I don't think so. Don't know if my insurance paid for the transportation from San Francisco. I'm thinking they did
Wife spent 4 wks in hospital(Spectrum)on bed rest, delivered twins w/ about 10 drs,nurses,specialists in room. Twins spent 2 wks in NICU each. Total bill around $150k
They bill based on ur HMO's rates.... I would say not adjusted it'll be around 20K
How did you break your elbows?
Thanks ... that was an excellent explanation and ouch. How they doing ?
He's beating off like nothing ever happened again.
S'pposed to make a mean shampoo.
Unfortunately that just isn't true.
Ours was 17k a the insurance co rate for c section and 5 days of nicu monitoring. I believe ~30k was the original amount at NWM in chicago.
Edit - that may have been just for the stay and not the delivery ( emergency c section and wife put under with about 15 Drs and nurses combined yelling "crash" and some color "code"
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You will be surprised how little the OBGYN will actually get out of the whole amount...the guy/gal will literally have your wife and baby's life iin their hands for about two hours during a c-section and by the time all the BCBS write offs hit them, you will appreciate all the hard work they put into delivering a baby...hell of a lot more money in a boob job or tummy tuck.
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