Medical Bills and Bankruptcy

Even with insurance, sudden and massive medical debt can lead to bankruptcy. With rising health care costs and hidden fees, many people do not realize how much they owe until it is too late. For most people, the costs generated by health care are too much to bear. At Wyatt & Mirabella, PC, in The Woodlands, Texas, we understand the frustrations faced by our clients with extensive and unmanageable medical debt. You are not alone. Let us help you assess your circumstances and get the financial support you need.

Eliminate or Reduce Medical Bills

No one plans on a serious accident or injury. Even if you have insurance, you may not have been able to predict the care or treatment you received. In many cases, you could never have known that the insurance company was going to deny or eliminate your claim. In these difficult situations, it is important to remember your options and your rights. Bankruptcy is a legal remedy to eliminate or reduce medical bills. The Woodlands medical bills bankruptcy attorneys at our firm can assist you with all of the following:

How Do I Pay Off Medical Bills?

This is a question that many debtors ask themselves. Can you negotiate with the hospital or collection agency? Are there options besides bankruptcy? Of course there are, but you should have a clear understanding of your rights and options before making a decision. Our lawyers are here to analyze your individual circumstances, assess your needs and work toward the best possible resolution in your case. Our priority is your debt relief and your financial future.

Call Now for an Initial Consultation

When considering bankruptcy, you should work with an experienced lawyer who can review your case. Our Conroe medical debt bankruptcy attorneys offer affordable rates and work efficiently and effectively to deliver optimal results.

Call 281-419-8733 or contact us by e-mail to arrange an initial consultation or case evaluation. Let us help you explore your options and achieve the financial freedom you deserve.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.