A hospital that seeks compensation against the decedent's estate for unpaid medical expenses may not be able to allege a special defense of laches against the estate fiduciaries, after they deny the hospital's claim, because laches is an equitable defense, and the hospital requests monetary damages, or an action at law.
Kolodecik v. Hospital of Saint Raphael
December 10, 2012
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