Judgment proof is when you are so poor you have nothing worth going after legally. In other words, the cost of sueing you isn't worth it, or having a judgment against you, because they won a law suit against you, the cost of finding your money or property isn't worth it, or the money and property aren't enough to make it worth it. If you have a pay check then it can be garnished, if you have property it can be sold by the sherrif. But , generally if you don't have expensive property they won't bother. Unless, someone is so aggressive that they don't mind losing money in legal fees to get revenge against you legally. They also have to convince a sheriff to take the considerable time to enforce the judgment. If he doesn't think it's worth it, it will be hard to get him to act.
It is difficult to hide real worth and it is a felony crime if you hide it from a person who has a judgment against you if they haul you in to court to ask specific questions about your worth and you lie about it. The lying is also a crime, purjury. I am not a lawyer this is not the final answer on the question. It is only a sort of accurate layman's understanding.
is there a time limit on the collection of medical bills in INdiana
A blister is a circumscribed collection of clear fluid. In medical terms, a small blister is a vesicle, and a large blister is a bulla.
== == no they can not do so for a medical bill.
The hematocrit is the medical term meaning the percentage of formed elements in the blood.
Daniel T. Richards has written: 'Collection development and assessment in health sciences libraries' -- subject(s): Libraries, Medical, Collection development, Library Collection Development, Medical libraries
This depends on the collection agency, but the age of the account, the location of the debt (that regulate collection laws by the state), play a big role. The older the account the higher the percentage that goes to the collection agency the percentage is negotiated between the agency and the client(this is a fact, part of a previous job).ive seen between 10% and some as high as 40%. which if you have a bill from an agency, it really isn't any f your business how much they get, you should be worried abour negotiations.
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If you owe it, it is better to pay it
An abscess is a localized collection of pus. A pustule is a visibule circumscribed collection of pus below the epidermis.
Closing percentage of rural area
What percentage required for premedical?
unpaid collection on medical bills can possibly be reported on bureau, but payment history is not reported.
Yes, unfortunately a collection agency can charge interest and other fees when they obtain a debt.
If the bill was late enough to be sent to a collection agency, the collection of that bill has been turned over to that collection agency as well.
Yes, unpaid medical bills will be reported to credit bureaus not to mention the collection agency that the medical facility will pursue.
A hemangioma is the medical term meaning tumor of blood vessels.
The Kelly Pad is a very simple medical device that funnels blood to a particular collection device.