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"Patients were being misled into believing they had to pay more than their deductible or co-pay - and some of them were told they could be criminally prosecuted for bills they did not owe," said Attorney
Dr. Schueler and her dental practice denied they violated any
The settlement also requires Dr. Schueler and her practice to pay restitution equal to the sum of the amounts that were improperly collected from consumers during the five-year period that preceded the settlement. Dr. Schueler and her practice further agreed to pay the Consumer Protection Division
For more information regarding the settlement, contact the Consumer Protection Division's Health Education and Advocacy Unit at 410-528-1840 or 877-261-8807.
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