$2 Mistake Could Cost Carrollton Family Thousands Of Dollars In Medical Bills
The issue unfolded in March 2018, when Isaac Chukkala became ill days before his first birthday.

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$2 Mistake Could Cost Carrollton Family Thousands Of Dollars In Medical BillsThe issue unfolded in March 2018, when Isaac Chukkala became ill days before his first birthday.
Tax Office Says Fenton Hyundai Still Needs To Transfer 400 Car Titles As Customer Complaints Pile UpThe number of complaints filed against a North Texas auto dealership has quintupled following a Ones For Justice investigation.
CBS 11 I-Team Takes Hard Look At LASIKThe  CBS 11 I-Team obtained nearly 500 complaints since 2015 sent to the Food and Drug Administration regarding the corrective eye procedures.
Insured Patients Likely Overpaying For PrescriptionsA recent study found the copayment amount is higher than the retail price in one out of every four prescriptions filled.
1 In 4 Online Shoppers Fall Victim To Counterfeit Schemes, BBB SaysConsumer and government agencies are cracking down on what they deem a "counterfeit" epidemic.
Getting Name, Information Off MyLife.Com Not EasyOne viewer contacted MyLife to take down her profile, but weeks later, she found a similar page under her name.
Website Trying to Profit Off Inaccurate Personal Information Exposed By The Ones For JusticeA "people finder" website known for rating people's reputations could be publishing inaccurate information about you online.
'People Finder' Site Getting Heat For Inaccurate InformationPeople's reputation ratings are taking a hit with inaccurate information and people have to pay to find out what their scores are.
Effort To Regulate Texas Roofers Dies In State HouseThe latest effort to regulate roofers in Texas has died at the state house. The legislation would have required roofing contractors to register with the state by providing their name, address and a $250 registration fee.

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Roofer Gregg Averitt Is Back In Jail In North TexasA roofer accused stealing thousands of dollars from North Texans is in jail over questions he’s back in business. Gregg Averitt was already awaiting trial related to charges dating back to 2018.
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