Imagine that you have been working hard for many years, and you have enjoyed a relatively healthy life during this time as well. You eat right, you exercise, and you enjoy all of the things that this entails. But one day you start feeling ill and you go to the doctor. Your doctor informs you that you have a serious medical condition that will require some extensive medical work, treatment and care. Before anything starts, you can already imagine the bills racking up in your home.
This, unfortunately, is the way it is for many people who suffer an unexpected medical condition or emergency. Obviously you will do everything in your power to get well -- it's just that this means spending a hefty sum in medical expenses to achieve it.
Just because you have to spend astonishing amounts of money to pay for your care and recovery does not mean you have to live in anxiety and fear of your mounting debt. Medical debt is considered an unsecured debt What this means is that it can be cleared out through a bankruptcy filing, enabling you to go out from underneath the oppressive medical bills you have been dealt.
Whether you choose to go with a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing, The Tran Law Firm can help you prepare for the bankruptcy. We will support you through the process and protect your rights, all while helping you achieve the ultimate goal of eliminating your medical debt.
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