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Aaron Cooley
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Got locked out on a hot summer afternoon and called them ... showed up 30 minutes later and got us back inside in 2 minutes flat. Also had great advice regarding which locks to get, which to avoid going forward. Highly recommended.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Our doctor's office informed us that Forest Park was out of network with Aetna, but that they'd "honor our insurance". We found out too late what that means. In a nutshell, the referring physician is co-owner of the facility (this is legal in Texas, but not in several other states). They will refer you there and you will get three bills: your physician will bill you the amount your insurance has negotiated with them as an in-network provider, which is usually reasonable. Then the facility will bill you an outrageous amount as an "out of network provider", usually 3-5 times what you would pay to an in-network facility. Your insurance company will leave you to pay your out-of-network deductible, whichis usually separate from and higher than your in-network deductible, then charge you a large co insurance bill. Finally, the anesthesiologist will send you a separate bill, which may or may not be in network. In our case, we got two bills from two anesthesiologists: one that was scheduled to come but couldn't make it, and the one that actually came. After several phone calls to the office, they agreed to drop the first fraudulent bill. I'm sure they get to collect double from a good number of patients. By the time we were done, we had shelled out over $6,000 on a procedure that our insurance estimates would cost $1500 from in-network providers. Works out great for the doctor, though!
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After 6 years in Detroit, we moved to Texas a few years ago. When we learned they had opened a Jet's right here in Frisco, we were ecstatic. The pizza is every bit as good as we remembered, and hands down our favorite pizza place around! (Palio's is also pretty good)
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago