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Kansas Man is Jailed for Unpaid Medical Debt – Long Term Care News

Kansas Man is Jailed for Unpaid Medical Debt – Long Term Care News

CBS News covered a story of a Coffeyville, KS family that was arrested and thrown in jail for failure to appear in court on unpaid medical bills.

Tres and Heather Biggs’ son Lane was diagnosed with leukemia when he was five years old. At the same time, Heather suffered seizures from Lyme disease.

Heather said they had so many medical issues and it put them in a bracket that made insurance unattainable. It was either eating and having a home or paying the medical bills.

Tres Biggs was working two jobs but they fell behind on their medical bills, then the unthinkable happened.

Tres Biggs went to jail for failing to appear in court for unpaid medical bills. His bail was $500.

In rural Coffeyville, Kansas, where the poverty rate is twice the national average, attorneys have built successful law practices representing medical providers to collect debt owed by their neighbors.

That law was put in place at an attorney’s recommendation to the local judge. The attorney uses that law by asking the court to direct people with unpaid medical bills to appear in court every three months and state they are too poor to pay in what is called a “debtor’s exam.”

If two hearings are missed, the judge issues an arrest warrant for contempt of court. Bail is set at $500.

Attorneys say they get “paid on what’s collected.”

They’re going to jail for contempt of court and failure to appear.
In most courts, bail money is returned when defendants appear in court. But in almost every case in Coffeyville, that money goes to pay attorneys and the medical debt his clients are owed.

Many are raising constitutional concerns, calling it a “jailhouse shakedown” and criminalizing private debt.


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