The costs of medical care, even for the insured, can be shocking to anyone who suffers a serious injury. If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury, you may be overwhelmed by debt. Even after trying to pay back creditors for years, you may still be struggling with medical bills. For most people who face bankruptcy, unexpected and unforeseeable events put them in a precarious financial from which they cannot recover without help. We are here to provide that help!
At Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., our medical debt resolution lawyers are experienced in helping the victims of serious injuries (and their families) to restore their financial security through bankruptcy.
Your medical emergency was out of your control — now you worry that you will never recover from debt. Let us help you restore your credit and your financial future. Contact us today for a free evaluation.
When you suffer a medical calamity such as a catastrophic automobile accident, a disease, or other risk to your health, you feel that no cost is too much to restore your health. While doctors and hospitals will take every action necessary to help you, you may be paying for that care for the rest of your life. Medical calamities are often the cause of financial distress. We can help you explore all of your bankruptcy options to recover from the financial ruin of a medical calamity.
Medical bills qualify as unsecured debt and could be completely eliminated by a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 debt eliminator plan. If you are overwhelmed by credit card debt or fear a foreclosure, let us take the necessary legal action to protect your financial security and your home.
Contact Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., to schedule a free consultation at our New Bern, Wilmington, Greenville or Jacksonville, North Carolina, offices. We are attorneys with experience helping families recover from the financial burdens resulting from medical bills. Stop wage garnishment and medical bills today.
We are a debt relief agency under the United States Code. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.