Discharging Doctor, Clinic, and Hospital Bills In Bankruptcy

A serious illness or accident can land you in the hospital for months and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Add to that all of the follow-up appointments with doctors, medications, therapies and other expenses, and you are looking at a huge bill. Many people, even with health insurance, cannot afford to pay the exorbitant medical costs they may have racked up. If you are stuck with a large amount of medical debt, our Essex County lawyers can help. Call us now at 973-323-2953 for a free initial consultation.

Bankruptcy Representation For Clients Across New Jersey

Levitt & Slafkes, P.C., was formed to offer debt relief to people in Maplewood and all over New Jersey who have gotten in over their heads and need to find a way out. Our founding partners each have more than 30 years of experience in bankruptcy, mortgage modification, foreclosure defense and debt solutions. We look for the solution that is right for you and your financial needs.

You Can Free Yourself From Medical Debt

Medical debt is "unsecured debt." This means the only penalties for not paying it are harassment from creditors, late fees and the possibility of being sued for the amount you owe. By contrast, "secured debt" is debt where you have put up collateral such as your house or your car, and it can be taken from you if you don't pay the debt.

Unsecured debt such as medical bills and credit card debt can be discharged in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This removes the entire burden from your shoulders and gives you a chance to get back on track. Our attorneys will discuss your financial situation with you and find the best solution to your unique circumstances. We are honest about all of your options and guide you step by step through the entire process. You deserve to be financially stable again.

Call Us To Learn More About Shedding Your Medical Debt

Contact our law firm to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. You can reach us by filling out our online form or by calling 973-323-2953.