Taking Control Of Medical Debt By Filing For Bankruptcy Protection

If you or a loved one has been hospitalized, it's highly likely that as you engage in various treatments, therapies or procedures, medical expenses will begin to pile up. At Gentry Arnold PLLC, we help those in Memphis and throughout western Tennessee grappling with medical debt explore options for finding financial relief.

If You Have Been Hospitalized, Let Our Attorneys Help You Recover Financially

We are lawyers, not doctors. Although we can't treat your physical injuries, we can likely help you recover from the debts your medical treatments incurred. If you were severely injured and rendered unable to work, you likely experienced a loss of income that forced you to rack up credit card debt. Unfortunately, attempting to pay off medical debt with credit only leads to more debt.

By filing for bankruptcy, you can immediately start minimizing your debt burden and build toward a fresh start. For some, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the best option for discharging medical debt. For others who maintain a steady income, Chapter 13 offers a manageable structured repayment schedule. Regardless of the circumstances, we can help you explore options for finding relief while guiding you through the entire process.

At Gentry Arnold PLLC, we handle a wide variety of legal and financial issues. It's this breadth of experience that helps us understand the challenges facing our clients and offer solutions that fit their individual needs. Whether you were injured in a car accident and are left with a stack of bills or a loved one requires long-term care for an illness or disability, we can help you retake control of your financial situation.

Learn And Understand Your Options When Filing For Bankruptcy

Don't be misled by bankruptcy myths and misconceptions. Reach out and schedule a free initial consultation with our attorneys by calling 901-410-1134 or by completing our online contact form.

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