How can I pay off medical debt with a small amount of money?
Date: Fri, 07/26/2013 04:49
I was ill for various months. I was admitted in Lakewood Regional Medical Center for several months. I have to pay around 18 bills with only $100. This is the amount that is left in my checking account. I don't happen to waste money. I am working every day. My wife is on Social Security Income. I can't afford to pay the medical bills. What can happen if I don't pay the medical bills? How can I change the situation?
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