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Man plows snow to help pay friend's overwhelming debt

It is good to have friends. Good friends in Texas will do what they can to help when one is in need. One man is being a good friend by helping with his childhood friend's overwhelming debt caused by medical bills. The friend is doing this by plowing snow for residents in his locale.

The man had always done this deed for his neighbors for free just to help out the community. However, this year the man is doing things slightly differently. He is now clearing snow for his neighbors and is asking for a donation to help his childhood friend pay for his overwhelming medical bills. The man plans to clear snow from a large store, and then he will continue to clear as many as 40 driveways per day.

The man's friend had suffered a stroke in Dec. 2013 that required him to stay in the hospital for a significant amount of time. This caused his medical bills to skyrocket and also caused him to go into debt. The stroke occurred after the man had surgery due to a hole he had in his heart. However, after the surgery, a blood clot caused the man to suffer the stroke.

Not everyone has friends who will go as far as this man to help them out when faced with overwhelming debt from medical bills in Texas or any other state. However, if one feels he or she will not be able to pay back medical debt accrued from a hospital visit, he or she may still have some options available to deal with the problem. One helpful solution would be to file a personal bankruptcy in order to discharge the debt.

Source: kfor.com, Man helps pay for friend's medical bills by cashing in on winter weather, No author, March 5, 2014

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