From time to time, a business overcharges me (e.g., a medical provider tries to make me pay twice the same bill with a few months of interval).
Since I keep track of my expenditures, I can typically detect and prove that the charge is incorrect, and the business ends up correcting their "mistake", either immediately or after a few months of back and forth with the corresponding customer/billing service.
This is annoying. Is there anything can I do after a business overcharged me and corrected their "mistake"? E.g., financial compensation (because I spent time on it and I may have been overcharged if I hadn't checked), or formal complain (because I suspect some businesses to be more or less intentionally making charge "mistakes").
I spend most of my time in the United States, and so I mostly interested in what could be done, if anything, in the United States. I have a special interest in medical providers as in practice most of the issues with businesses are with medical businesses.