Health problems and financial problems can be closely linked. A 2007 study showed that medical bills play a role in more than 60 percent of all bankruptcy cases .
Serious injury or illness can deal a painful one-two punch to your finances. Between the high cost of medical care and the lost income that comes with missed time at work can devastate your savings and credit card limits.
But if you or a loved one is sick or injured, time should be spent thinking about recovery — not mulling over piles of medical bills.
An unexpected illness or sudden injury could financially haunt you for the rest of your life. Make sure you're protected from potential financial ruin.
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If you're struggling to pay medical bills, consider talking to a bankruptcy attorney about your options. We can connect you to a local bankruptcy lawyer who can help you determine whether filing bankruptcy is right for you.
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