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Medical Debt in Bankruptcy

May 10, 2017 | Posted in Medical Bills

Medical debt is one of the main reasons people choose to file for bankruptcy. The idea is that the court will issue an order to discharge all debts and medical payments will be written off. When you file for bankruptcy, there are three ways in which you can go about it. There is a chapter […]

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Medical Debt Causes

May 3, 2017 | Posted in Medical Bills

Medical debt causes a lot of strain on your finances. With the state of healthcare and the new act not being too clear about how certain aspects of medical care will actually work, it is more relevant now than ever before. Here are a few ways in which you can rake up massive medical bills […]

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Medical Debt Problems Cause Bankruptcy

February 22, 2017 | Posted in Medical Bills

In the midst of the healthcare debate among the nation’s governing body lies a bigger issue. The amount of medical debt families face is a real problem. Cancer, chronic illness or a major accident can all saddle families with unbearable medical debt. For many, those medical debt problems cause bankruptcy. Fortunately, the bankruptcy process can […]

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Medical Debt Rates Under The Affordable Care Act

November 17, 2016 | Posted in Medical Bills

A survey conducted in 2009 regarding the largest contributing factor among bankruptcy filings found that 62% of cases filed were rooted in medical debt problems. With the push to reform the healthcare system to provide better coverage to everyone, the Affordable Care Act sought to bring changes in 2010. Since then, the question remains: Has […]

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Will The Affordable Care Act Slow Bankruptcies?

August 3, 2016 | Posted in Medical Bills

With the majority of Americans taking advantage of the extremely cheap credit that has been available in the past few years due to interest rates remaining at all-time lows for extended periods of time, you could not be faulted for thinking that bankruptcies must be a result of over extensions by people accessing that credit […]

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Can My Medical Care Suffer If I Have Gone Bankrupt?

June 21, 2016 | Posted in Medical Bills

In countries that practice single payer or any other “socialized” type of health care when a person goes bankrupt, they never give a second thought of the ramifications of that action on their personal health care. They discharge their debts and breathe a sigh of relief that it is over and done with for the […]

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Medical Debt Is a Leading Cause Of Bankruptcy?

February 16, 2016 | Posted in Medical Bills

One of the most common causes of individuals having to go bankrupt is because of being laden with medical debt that they simply cannot handle. Medical Debt Disasters Many families that have been financially stable and are able to handle their finances can soon be faced with a change when they are hit with a […]

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Negotiating a Medical Debt to Avoid Bankruptcy

January 12, 2016 | Posted in Medical Bills

In most cases the type of debt that individuals end up with is those that have been planned for. For example, the debt that comes with a buying a home or a car or some major appliance. When it comes to medical debt this is definitely not something that was foreseen and yet it can […]

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Using Bankruptcy to Deal With Your Medical

December 15, 2015 | Posted in Medical Bills

When you have fallen in to a serious financial situation that you can see no way to get clear of, your only option may be to file for bankruptcy. A lot of reasons where this can happen is because some individuals are hit with heavy medical debt that they are not able to pay. There […]

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Clearing out your Medical Debt with a Bankruptcy

October 15, 2015 | Posted in Medical Bills

One of the biggest factors that leads individuals into bankruptcy is medical debt. Now with the new medical reform this has certainly helped relieve the burden, however it does not help those that have been struggling with medical debt for several years and find that they can adjust not get these paid off. One of […]

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