“It’s absolutely remarkable,” says Jim Molleur, a Maine-based bankruptcy attorney with 20 years of experience. “We’re not getting people with big medical bills, chronically sick people who would hit those lifetime caps or be denied because of pre-existing conditions. They seemed to disappear almost overnight once ACA kicked in.”

http://www.consumerreports.org/personal-bankruptcy/how-the-aca-drove-down-personal-bankruptcy/

6 thoughts on ““It’s absolutely remarkable,” says Jim Molleur, a Maine-based bankruptcy attorney with 20 years of experience….

  1. The whole idea of people filing for bankruptcy because of medical bills is utterly alien to non-Americans. Healthcare is nowhere perfect, but bankruptcy is an extreme failure of a healthcare system. Even if that was the only thing Obamacare fixed, that would be worth it.

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