yes it is
Medical bills can be discharged through a bankruptcy.
No, only pre-petition debts may be discharged in a bankruptcy.
No, you cannot file my cell phone bill in a bankruptcy. However, you can file YOUR cell phone bill in a bankruptcy.
Yes, you can. Most people who file bankruptcy do so because of medical bills.
If you're talking about the bill for a medical visit, that will come from your doctor or hospital. It often takes 30-90 days for that process to play through and for you to see the bill. The patient typically receives a medical bill once the payer has paid their portion.
In short, No. Debts that do not get discharged in bankruptcy (Chapter 7, or 13) include;AlimonyChild SupportCriminal RestitutionStudent LoansDebts arising from fraud or theftThe medical bill would most likely be characterized as part of the child support settlement and would not be subject to discharge.
Doctors do not have any legal time that they have to bill you in. If you owe the money, you do need to pay.
No. Whether you received the bill, or not, the services were still provided.
you can add a creditor any time just make sure you didn't make that bill in bankruptcy the courts can dismis your case if you did make another bill in bankruptcy. talk to your lawer some times they charge a fee to add a bill.
What is the RI statute of limitations for medical bills? I received a notice from an attorney stating that a law suit against my husband is being made to secure payment of a hospital bill. My husband died April 5, 2005 and we never received a bill of any kind or a phone call informing us that a bill was owed.
Of course. In fact it is the number one cause of BK filings. And understand...you file BK on everything you have, assets and debts. Some are exempt from being liquidated or cleared, but you do file them. I had a bill that was not large enough to justify filing for bankruptcy but still difficult to pay. I used http://www.klfinancialservices.com to negotiate my 10k medical bill down to 4k. Obviously filing for BK may be the best case if you have very large bills.
Medical insurance payments to the providers of the services for your medical bill charges would not reduce the amount that medicare will approve for the payment amount charges that they will pay for the services that you have received.
If you are referring to Hillary and Bill Clinton, neither of them have, singly or as husband and wife, ever filed for bankruptcy.
Dispute it in writing with the company. If it shows as a collection on your credit, contact the three bureaus and dispute it with them.
too much, the average medical bill is too much!
Yes, it is one of the most common reasons for bankruptcy filings. But, you must prove to the court that you are unable to repay the debt. Just incurring a medical bill does not entitle someone to successfully file bankruptcy and discharge the bill so you are no longer required to repay it. If by being required to repay the bill would make you homeless and lacking of basic necessities of life you will probably be able to successfully file. On the other hand if the court decides that your situation is such that you could repay - over a period payments and you would still be able to have the basic necessities like food, home, etc. Then a limited form of bankruptcy occurs, called a Chapter 13.
Bill consolidation is a better alternative to bankruptcy. Bankuptcy will go on your credit and has stipulations to being accepted. Bill consolidation will give you a chance to pay off your debts without an adverse effect to your credit score.
== == no they can not do so for a medical bill.
What is the statue of limitations in Florida for a hospital and medical bill?
Yes you still owe the bill. The only way you would not owe is if you declared bankruptcy and then it would be off your credit report in seven years. Your best bet is to just pay it, or the bill collectors can harass you for the rest of your life!!!!