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Posted on 06 Jun 2009
Q.

Visitor Unpaid Medical Bills

I got injured in October 2007 at my home. I am on a visitor visa and did not have insurance at the time of the accident. I was able to take care of all medical bills except the surgeon's. The surgeon is now suing me in the superior court for the above mentioned bill. I do not own property, draw an income or have any assets in the United States. The date allotted for the case to appear in court is Monday, June 8th 2009. Please advice me how to proceed further.

User's Location: South Plainfield, New Jersey, United States of America
Category: B2 Visa (Visitor Visa)
Posted on 08 Jun 2009
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