For workers, medical bills add to pain as firms fail
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), December 8, 2008
As companies increasingly shut down because they can't get financing, some are abruptly eliminating insurance and leaving laid-off workers with bills for medical expenses incurred before the shutdowns. The trend is exacerbating health and money problems for tens of thousands of people nationwide.
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