Do you have unpaid medical bills with no certainty that you’ll ever be able to pay them? You’re not alone.

Take NerdWallet Health Vice President Christina LaMontagne’s word for it.

“A lot of Americans are struggling with medical bills,” she said.

NerdWallet, a website featured on The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNNMoney and more, describes themselves as “nerds who create great tools, crunch numbers and give you all the results — unfiltered and unbiased.”

It’s not only the uninsured, but people covered by health insurance are feeling the weight of medical bills.

This seems to be the result of high-deductible insurance plans that require users to pay more out-of-pocket costs.

“With an average American family bringing home $50,000 in income, a high medical bill and a high-deductible insurance plan can quickly become something they are unable to pay,” LaMontagne said.  “If you have an out-of-pocket maximum of $5,000 or $10,000, that’s really tough.”

Are you struggling to pay your medical bills to a point that the debt is making you sick, figuratively or literally?

At Darrell Castle & Associates, we realize you’ve been through enough already.  You didn’t get into the situation of having medical bills without pain or suffering.  But you can ease the pain and suffering of the debt those bills caused.

The decision to file for bankruptcy isn’t easy, but the process certainly can be and can make a huge impact on your life for the better.

We care about you and want you to be debt free. We’ve built a solid reputation as a bankruptcy law firm Memphis, TN clients recommend.

Have you been thinking about filing for bankruptcy but you’re terrified of what it’s going to do to your credit?  We have access to a great 14-week program that will teach you how to re-established and rebuild your credit the right way.  This is a free program with a $1,000 value.

If you have questions or are considering bankruptcy, contact us online today or call us at (901) 327-2100 and we’ll discuss your situation with you, free of charge.