Did you receive a large an unexpected charge for a drug test after visiting a John Muir Health location?

You may have been tested unnecessarily and excessively charged. Fill out the form to find out your rights to potential compensation »

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Hagens Berman is investigating reports of patients receiving large and unexpected charges for drug tests amounting to upwards of $6,000 from John Muir Health locations. Even patients with insurance are left with huge bills co-pays and deductibles for services they did not request or consent to paying.


  • Concord Medical Center
  • Walnut Creek Medical Center
  • Behavioral Health Center
  • San Ramon Regional Medical Center (Partner Hospital)
  • Urgent Care Centers
  • Berkeley Urgent Care Center
  • Brentwood Urgent Care Center
  • Concord Urgent Care Center
  • San Ramon Urgent Care Center
  • Walnut Creek Urgent Care Center
  • Aspen Surgery Center


Those who have been excessively charged for drug tests at a John Muir Health hospital or emergency room deserve compensation. We believe these expensive and unexpected bills for drug tests may constitute fraud, and patients of John Muir hospitals may have consumer rights against these predatory billing practices.


Hagens Berman is home to some of the most well-respected and successful consumer rights lawyers, and the firm has achieved more than $320 billion in settlements since its founding in 1993. The firm has taken on major institutions for fraudulent billing and predatory behavior, including Big Tech, health care systems, utility companies, product manufacturers and other negligent parties. Your claim will be handled by attorneys experienced in this area of law.


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