This is a bit embarrassing. A couple years ago I had been seeing a specialist doctor. I had been a victim of a crime, so the city/police department was paying for my treatment. It had been my understanding that the city/police would fully pay for a set number of visits, but it appeared that was based on the assumption the doctor's office was charging a lower rate (i.e. normally it was $200/hr but for low income or people who were victims of a crime it was $125/hr).
Anyway, I had stopped seeing the doctor and I'm better now, but the office sent me an email reading:
"Could we please get your police case number, so we can bill them for a outstanding visits?"
First, I don't know how I missed payments, as I always paid in person before I left.
Second, I noticed they had been inconsistent in the amount they were charging me per session (sometimes $200, sometimes $125). I pointed this out and said I think that they may owe me money back. They never responded.
Third, I do not know how it could have gone on for months with only at the end asking me for the police case number.
This was such a long time ago, I can't remember all the details clearly. Is there any point in pursuing this? Could it be I have a large bill incurring interest that will come back to haunt me?