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Am I responsible for my Husbands medical bills
This medical practice turned my Husbands bill into collections on me (The Wife) and I did Not sign anything. I called them and they said they would remove it but it see it was turned into collections. Am I responsible if I didn't sign anything?

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I forgot to mention I live on Disability and My Husband can't work due to Medical reasons and he does not have any income.

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Check with the medical facility's business office to see what sort of financial assistance you may be able to get.

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Do some reading on the FDCPA (fair debt collection practices act) and contact a consumer law attorney that handles FDCPA cases. Many law firms will charge you no up front money. Check out the law offices of Kimmel and Silverman, you can google them.

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