Medical Debt Bankruptcy Lawyers Serving Clients Throughout Tennessee and North Georgia

According to a report published by the American Journal of Health, more than 60 percent of all bankruptcies in the U.S. in 2007 were prompted by medical bills. Most of the people who filed for bankruptcy had health insurance. The debt was the result of high copays and deductibles and gaps in coverage.

If you are burdened by excessive medical debt and are looking for financial relief, the bankruptcy lawyers at the Law Office of W. Thomas Bible, Jr., are here to offer experienced legal guidance. We file bankruptcy for clients from Chattanooga and throughout Tennessee and North Georgia.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 423-424-3116 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Chattanooga medical debt attorney.

More on Bankruptcy and Medical Debt

There is a prevailing myth about bankruptcy that people who file are doing so because they are careless or taking advantage of the system. In reality, most people who file for bankruptcy are doing so because of an unavoidable and unforeseen crisis such as a medical problem.

If you are struggling with medical debt, you have probably been contacted by debt collectors who harass you and threaten you with lawsuits, wage garnishment and other legal actions.

Filing for bankruptcy stops creditors from taking action against you and from even contacting you. For many struggling with medical debt, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the best solution, because it completely wipes out unsecured debt.

To explore all of your options for eliminating medical debt, it is important to consult with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer.