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Won insurance appeal... office space rental?

October 16th, 2017 at 11:50 am

So, we appealed the denial from our insurance company for the medial airlift that took our daughter to the hospital in July when she dislocated her hip. Just got the letter from them that said we won the appeal! They will "re-file" the bills and will pay their part towards the $52k bill. We will still have to pay a large amount, I would imagine, but no where close to $52k. Whew!

On a totally different subject, I am seriously contemplating finding an office space of about 300-500 sq ft to move my online reselling business into. We have a very large house and currently, all my inventory and setup is literally taking up 2 bedrooms. One of those bedrooms is what will eventually become our master bedroom (we have been using a guest room). It is in renovation status right now so I moved all my inventory into it which has been fine.... but, we want to move forward with finishing up the renovation so I have to get it all out of there. I found a space that is very near to the house. It is 329 sq ft and they want $350 rent per month. I've sent an email inquiry to find out more specifics so I'm waiting to hear back from them. I'm quite nervous about committing to a lease for this side business of mine. Eeek. We'll see though. I'm definitely not going to rush and jump into anything without thinking good and hard on it.

7 Responses to “Won insurance appeal... office space rental?”

  1. Laura S. Says:

    When I owned my tutoring business a few years back, they agreed to let me go month-to-month after 6 months if I agreed to $25 more per month.

  2. ceejay74 Says:

    Such fabulous news about winning the appeal!

  3. crazyliblady Says:

    Congrats on the appeal! That is an achievement!

    Do you actually need office space for the merchandise or just storage space, because the way you talked about it made me think a storage unit might work and would likely be cheaper.

  4. snafu Says:

    Good news, winning your appeal. I hope you are willing to challenge any other insurance issue or barrier. It would seem reasonable to pay the deductible and have insurance cover the balance remaining. SA respondent msomnipotent has mentioned experience working in medical billing and may be willing to outline pitfalls.


    Is there anyway to check the rental's history? If it's had gaps in rental, they may be open to a lower offer or a discount for a lump sum payment through the end of the year.

  5. LivingAlmostLarge Says:

    Yes why not use a storage unit?

  6. all4money Says:

    I don't need just a storage unit but rather a work space as well. Space enough to photograph and list items for sale. Right now, I use one bedroom for storage and the other room for photography and staging.

  7. rob62521 Says:

    That is good news indeed on the appeal.

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