AppleTree wrote:Stay with it. If they deny you again, you need a good as disability lawyer. Good that you already have a denied application on record. It could be possible that a good attorney could even get you back pay, but not sure. Someone in my family is a disability lawyer and that is how I know a little bit about how often legitimate claims are denied. I can tell you though, that those who are persistent usually will get their claim recognized... as long as they don't go posting endless photos on social media doing very active things! Believe it or not, some people are their own worst enemies when it comes to claims! But, I realize, endless paperwork is the last thing you want to, or are even able to handle when you are sick. If you are not up to it I really think it is in your best interest to turn it over to a SS disability attorney.
HopeForJesse wrote:Prayers for your financial relief. Hugs too. I stopped playing the Powerball when DH was diagnosed. Seemed not to matter anymore but agree with your sentiments to share any windfalls here. Hope you can enjoy the holiday weekend.
Cowgirl918 wrote:So sorry Nik.That's when I knew I was really sick. Mine went through in 6 weeks with just me and daughter filling out forms
I would be in real trouble without it. Still the remaining medical bills are impossible. I just pay what I can when I can and leave the rest to Medicare. Hang in there.
AussieAssCancer wrote:I'm so sorry that you guys have to worry about medical bills on top of dealing with the rest of the shit tha comes along with being unwell, as if being mainlined with toxins, being carved up and stitched back together and continually poked and prodded isn't enough to deal with.
That's why I am so thankful for the medical system in Australia. My only out of pockets (thus far) have been to see my surgeon and meds (which are heavily subsidized by the gvt). The rest is covered by the gvt, from my taxes.
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