Medical Bills and Their Role in a Bankruptcy Filing

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Question: I was sick for a while and have a lot of hospital, clinic and doctor bills. Can I eliminate them in bankruptcy? Different bankruptcy lawyers have told me different things.

Answer: Yes, you can get rid of (discharge) doctor, clinic and hospital bills if you file bankruptcy. Chapter 7 and chapter 13 have different ways of dealing with them, and we are happy to explain the details to you. As bankruptcy attorneys, many of our clients need relief from all types of medical bills - hospitals, clinics and doctors. We can also get clients much-needed relief from plastic surgeon bills, too.

Here is a list of some large hospitals in our area:

Atlanta Medical Center
303 Parkway Drive N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30312-1212
(404) 265-4000

Atlanta Medical Center - South Campus (formerly South Fulton Medical Center)

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta for locations

Emory Eastside Medical Center

Emory University Hospital/Emory Crawford Long

Grady Health System

Gwinnett Hospital System

Henry Medical Center

North Fulton Regional Hospital

Northside Hospital

Piedmont Hospital

Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta

Southern Regional Medical Center

Southwest Hospital Medical Center

WellStar Cobb Hospital

WellStar Kennestone Hospital

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