But unless you are dealing with a private landlord instead of a corporate entity that has to follow policies to protect them. I do agree there are cheaper places to live but as I understand it the story isn't all correct. Normally once the rent is paid the eviction issue is a dead one and nothing she had to worry about. As for the medical bills pay them 5-10 a month if they dont like it they can blow off. Ive had NHRMC hounding me for long time now part of it when I didn't have insurance and some afterwards. They call and generally ignore them. I'm on disability from an injury and my income isn't even 1/3 what it was before. I told collections once before they could accept my attempts to pay or they could be happy served a chp 7 bankruptcy petition but inspire of everything I'm trying to do the right thing but the bankruptcy code exists for a reason and the sad truth medical bills are behind soon to be a majority of petitions.
What hospitals need to explain is why they bill uninsured and obviously people who don't have millions in the bank these insane amounts when they don't get anywhere those amounts from insurance companies. Seems to make no sense but that's just one persons opinion
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