Car accidents, ongoing illness, and medical conditions are situations that people are facing every day, and they aren’t really things that we can control. We understand your health and the health of your loved ones is a main priority. However, what do you do when you face the tough situation of getting medical bills every month that you can’t pay for? What happens when years later the bills are weighing you down and you can’t keep up?
The good news is, medical debt is very easily discharged in bankruptcy. It is also one of the most common reasons people file bankruptcy. If you are not current on installment payments, an insurance claim is pending or you are being garnished, medical debt collection stops as soon as you file your case.
Bankruptcy due to medical issues can become more of a necessity than an option. What kind of bankruptcy should you file for? How does bankruptcy work?
King and King can answer your questions during your free consultation. Call us at 404-524-6400 or visit us at www.kingandkingattorneys.com for more information.