Do I have the right to ask for an account history?

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Do I have the right to ask for an account history?

I was served a summons. I do not think I owe the debt. I am not sure what to do. The complaint states I owe medical bills but I pay my co-payments each time I go to the doctor. If I do get a bill from the doctor then I pay the bill. I never received only notices in the mail about this prior to the response. Not sure how to respond. I know I need to respond.

Asked on February 29, 2012 under Bankruptcy Law, Washington

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