Unpaid Medical Bill Attorneys
Georgia Clinic and Hospital Debts Lawyers
If you are overwhelmed by medical bills from a long hospital stay, ongoing outpatient treatment or any other type of medical provider, a personal bankruptcy filing can help you get a fresh start. You want an experienced bankruptcy attorney to help you determine the best course of action, one who has worked successfully with others whose medical bills have become impossible to pay.
Experienced Bankruptcy Attorneys
At the law office of Gingold & Gingold LLC, we are among the most experienced bankruptcy firms in the metro Atlanta area. Attorney Ira D. Gingold has been a Court-appointed Bankruptcy Trustee from 1971-2013 and lawyer since 1971. Jamie L. Gingold has been an attorney since 2001 and has an extensive background in bankruptcy, finance, business and real estate law.
We also understand the medical collections laws in Georgia. We are known for our personal service and attention, and every aspect of your case will always be handled by an attorney. Because of our experience, we are often asked by other lawyers to take on highly complex bankruptcy matters.
We offer a free initial consultation. To set up an appointment with an experienced unpaid medical bill lawyer, call our offices at (404) 685-8800 or e-mail us. We have multiple locations to serve you: Atlanta, Cumming, Dallas and Douglasville.
Helping You Settle Unpaid Medical Bills Through Bankruptcy
Because medical bills are unsecured debt, you can permanently discharge, or wipe out, these obligations in a Chapter 7 filing. We will help you understand what assets you can keep before you file, so that you know what to expect.
If you are able to repay your medical bills but have fallen behind, you can still obtain many of the benefits of bankruptcy by filing a Chapter 13. In a Chapter 13 proceeding, you make new payment arrangements; this prevents your creditors from making any attempt to collect the debt.
We will handle all matters related to your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filing, preparing and submitting all required documents and representing you in all hearings or proceedings.