The bill was in a terrible time I couldn't pay it off. The balance rent from about $1,200 Sue about 2500. I'm curious how they can charge so much interest on a hospital bill since it's a third-party collector on a medical bill. The dispute came back as meets guidelines
Your question does not state how much time has elapsed since the hospital's services were performed. A hospital may charge interest just like other businesses.
The reality is that all hospitals overcharge. It is the nature of the business. Technically, the amount you owe for the hospital's services is a not the amount the hospital bills but what a court finds is the reasonable value of those services. The hospital's bills are negotiable. Some insurance companies negotiate discounts before you go to the hospital. Also, medicare and medicaid require large write downs.
Also, Kansas a judgment is a hunting license for a sheriff or process server to seize your non-exempt assets and sell those assets and apply the proceeds to the judgment debt. Kansas has a long list of exempt assets (available on the web at: http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2019_20/statute/060_000_0000_chapter/060_023_0000_article/).
Discuss your situation with a bankruptcy lawyer.
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