Medical Bills Piling Up? Learn More About How We Could Seek To Eliminate Medical Debt.

It's not surprising that medical debt is the No. 1 reason for individuals to file bankruptcy. No one plans to be diagnosed with cancer or get involved in a catastrophic car crash. When serious medical issues arise or accidents happen, the financial strain can be completely unexpected. What is worse, medical costs are often far greater than the average person can afford — especially if he or she is unable to work.

If you are overwhelmed and unable to pay your debts, turn to The Bruntz Law Firm, LLC, in Colorado. Our Parker attorney for medical debts has the detailed bankruptcy law knowledge necessary to handle the elimination of hospital bills and more.

Using Bankruptcy To Start Anew

Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be used to deal with exorbitant medical debts. If you file for Chapter 7, hospital bills and other unsecured debts can usually be completely erased. If you file for Chapter 13, you will create a set repayment plan to repay as much as you reasonably can within a three- to five-year period. Any debts left over after that time will be discharged.

Lawyer Damon Bruntz will sit down with you in a one-on-one consultation and discuss your particular situation and needs. He can advise you on which bankruptcy chapter is right for you and answer any questions you may have.

Take Action To Free Yourself From Debt

Some facets of bankruptcy have specific time limitations, so it is important to act promptly when you realize you need financial help. Contact The Bruntz Law Firm, LLC, to arrange a free initial consultation about your specific situation. Simply call our Parker or Broomfield office at 720-837-2960 or send us an email.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.