Alabama Discharge Hospital Debt Lawyers
One of the most common forms of debt that can cause financial problems for people are medical bills. An accident resulting in injury can quickly put people behind and, with other expenses to pay for as well, can spiral out of control. Fortunately, as an unsecured debt, medical bills may be discharged in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.
At the Birmingham law firm of Gina H. McDonald & Associates, we can help people discharge medical bills and get a fresh start through bankruptcy. Our lawyers can explain the myths about debts in bankruptcy and provide real answers to you about your rights and your options. We will help you find solutions to your debt-related concerns and will guide you through the process with ease.
You Can Discharge Your Medical Bills in Bankruptcy
Medical bills can result in debt for a variety of reasons. When insurance payments do not come through on time — or for the millions of people who do not have insurance — people can have difficulty making timely payments on important medical care. Putting health first is important, despite financial concerns, but the medical bills will still be there once care has been given.
However medical bills happen to pile up, bankruptcy can help you to begin looking towards the future and how to get relief. By filing for bankruptcy, you can get rid of your medical debt all at once, with Chapter 7 or via a repayment plan in Chapter 13.
Medical Bills and Bankruptcy in Alabama
Schedule an appointment and talk with one of our experienced attorneys about medical bills and bankruptcy. We have offices in Birmingham and Oneonta. Contact our firm by e-mail or by calling us toll free at 888-412-9047.