Let A Charleston Attorney Help You Get Relief From Medical Debt
A sudden illness or injury can deplete your savings and leave you scrambling to pay all of your bills. Medical expenses for those who do not have health insurance can be devastating. Fortunately, medical bills are often dischargeable through the bankruptcy process, so that individuals and their families can get a fresh start once those bills are reduced or eliminated.
At The Law Office of Lauren Clark, L.L.C., we understand your financial concerns. If your family has been impacted by a medical problem that is the result of an accident or a serious illness, we are here to help. With the assistance of an experienced attorney, you can get the debt relief and the second chance that you deserve.
For a free consultation with a skilled and dedicated attorney, contact our office today. We advise and represent clients in Charleston and the surrounding areas.
Charleston Medical Debt Lawyer
Many people, especially in a difficult economic climate, are only a single, unexpected injury away from having to deal with a financial crisis. The costs of health care can be tremendous and can suddenly make it very difficult to pay other bills and expenses, including the mortgage. Depending on your individual circumstances, bankruptcy may be the best way to address problems like these so that you to take back control of your life.
An experienced bankruptcy attorney can help put an end to creditor harassment, protect your key assets and answer any questions that you have throughout the process. You have options for relief from medical debt, and our firm can explain those options during a free case evaluation.
Contact The Law Office Of Lauren Clark, L.L.C.
Arrange a free consultation by calling 843-284-7405 (local) or 855-684-8149 (toll free), or send us an email. Our offices are conveniently located in Charleston, and we serve South Carolina residents throughout Charleston County, Beaufort County, Dorchester County and Colleton County.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.