Discharging Medical Bills In Bankruptcy
When an accident or unexpected illness strikes, the high cost of medical care can quickly exhaust your life savings — and create additional astronomical debts. If you have incurred unmanageable medical debts and have no way to pay them back, there are solutions. Filing bankruptcy can completely eliminate or significantly reduce medical debts and give you a fresh start.
Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard, P.L.L.C.., is a law firm that provides results-oriented representation for people with out-of-control debts. We use our knowledge and the bankruptcy system to help our clients get maximum debt relief while protecting their assets.
To schedule a free consultation about your debt relief options, call us at 304-574-2727 .
Get Relief From Crushing Medical Debts
Medical bills are classified as unsecured debts. That means that a medical provider does not have recourse to a specific piece of property (collateral) if you cannot pay your medical bills.
In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, unsecured debts (including medical bills, credit card debts and personal loans) are completely dischargeable. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your remaining unsecured debts will be discharged at the completion of your debt repayment plan.
Dealing with the aftermath of a serious illness or accident is tough enough without the added stress of high medical bills. Let our attorneys guide you to debt relief and a brighter financial future.
Free Consultation With A Lawyer
Contact Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard, P.L.L.C.., to learn more about discharging medical bills through bankruptcy. We serve clients throughout West Virginia from our offices in Fayetteville and Princeton.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.