Bankruptcy filing due to care at hospital. A trip to the bankruptcy lawyer could be in the cards for a Wisconsin woman. All because she received care at the wrong hospital. Bankruptcy attorneys hear horror stories all the time. This one really takes the cake. Megan Rothbauer is a thirty year old Madison resident. She had a cardiac arrest about one year ago. She was rushed to the emergency room at St.Mary’s hospital. The problem? St. Mary’s Hospital was outside of her insurance network. Through no one’s fault, she was stuck with an enormous hospital bill. If the hospital had been in her network with her insurance, the most she would have been out of pocket was $1,500. Now she faces over $50,000 in medical bills. This situation is not unique. Insurance rules can wipe out people. One trip to an out of network hospital can wipe out everything you have worked for. The hospital already wrote off a big chunk of the bill in Rothbauer’s case. But the $50,000 bill remaining is too much to pay. Now her and her fiancé are seriously thinking about filing for bankruptcy. Marriage has been put off. So has having a family. This debt needs to be handled first. This lesson is an important one. One event can turn someone’s life upside down. Through no fault of their own. If you are facing this type of situation, do not be afraid. A bankruptcy lawyer could be there to help you. There is no need to permit debt to ruin your life. The bankruptcy code is there to help. Not everyone is wealthy with unlimited funds. Though creditors sometimes believe that. The Wisconsin woman may have to file bankruptcy to wipe out these medical bills. That will allow her to get on with her life. If you believe debt is out of control. If you need to talk to someone. Call an honest and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney. Relief to your problems might just be a phone call away.