Attack at ATM Machine Leads to Filing Bankruptcy
As the holiday season is approaching, this very sad tale was told to this fellow Broward County bankruptcy attorney. An honest law abiding lady was minding their own business, going about her day just as you and I would. She stopped off at an ATM machine as all of us do regularly. As she made her way to the ATM machine, a rough looking character appeared. He yelled out to the her: “Happy now? You beat me to the machine.”
What to do? She did, what you or I might do. She ignored the comment. Cursing by the aggressor followed, and then that escalated to her being physically and suddenly assaulted and beaten to a pulp. The $700 withdrawn from the machine by the victim was taken, and the victim was left beaten.
Unable to Run Her Business Following Brutal Attack at ATM Machine
One Random Event Can Change Your World
The violent attack was just the beginning. Problems mounted from there for this unlikely victim. She was self-employed. Her clients, who provided the victim’s income, dropped to nothing as the victim could no longer do the work her business required of her following a long hospital stay and her resulting physical limitations due to the attack. This shows how one event can change everything. Hospital bills piled up. Other monthly bills were mounting as well. Creditors started calling and writing letters. The attack victim did not know what to do. The only solution was to reach out to a local bankruptcy attorney.
The Bankruptcy Code is There to Help People with Money Problems
Many through no fault of their own, end up in financial hot water. After sitting down with a bankruptcy attorney, this unfortunate attack victim had hope. There was a solution to get her creditors to back off and give this victim of random violence a fresh financial start. A happy ending was possible after all.
If you are facing debt where relief does not seem possible – make the call. Reach out to a bankruptcy attorney for help. Most attorneys, like me, Howard Butler, offer free initial consultations where you can explore solutions to your problems and ask all the questions that you might have about the bankruptcy process – and what to expect. That financial burden could be lifted off your back along with creditors who will not leave you alone.
If you are a victim of a violent crime, or simply an individual who finds yourself in a financial morass – with no obvious solution to solve the problems, consider calling and speaking with Howard Butler, a South Florida bankruptcy attorney working from his office in Broward County, FL, helping people solve their debt crisis and getting a fresh start. Call me, Howard Butler, at (954) 797-5338