Title 24, Chapter 7, Section 9
(a) Upon the trial of any civil case involving injury or disease,
the patient or the member of his family or other person responsible
for the care of the patient shall be a competent witness to identify
bills for expenses incurred in the treatment of the patient upon a
showing by such witness that the expenses were incurred in
connection with the treatment of the injury, disease, or disability
involved in the subject of litigation at trial and that the bills
were received from:
(1) A hospital;
(2) An ambulance service;
(3) A pharmacy, drugstore, or supplier of therapeutic or
orthopedic devices; or
(4) A licensed practicing physician, chiropractor, dentist,
orthotist, podiatrist, or psychologist.
(b) Such items of evidence need not be identified by the one who
submits the bill, and it shall not be necessary for an expert
witness to testify that the charges were reasonable and necessary.
However, nothing in this Code section shall be construed to limit
the right of a thorough and sifting cross-examination as to such
items of evidence.