January 18, 2019

Episode 21 – Complex Social Security, Workers Comp, Bankruptcy and Med Mal Problem

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Here is a question I received by email from a lady named Brenda.  She raises a number of issues, Social Security, workers’ compensation, bankruptcy, the timing of her Social Security application and even medical malpractice.   If Social Security disability was a law school class, this would be a final exam question:

I was injured in may of 2004, my workers comp case is still pending. My question is that I have applied for disablity but I have been denied 3 times. Not sure if I should apply now or wait until I settle my comp case. Please let me know if that is what I need to do, I have also talked to your staff but did not go any further due to this concern. Also I
had to file bankrupsty and it will be over in July , should I wait for that to be over before I file for disabilty. My injures are crushed ankle, back injury that cannot be operated on, and got staph when my comp doctor gave me a shot in my ankle, they mess around on who was at fault and in the meantime after my frist surgery I was not cared for enough due to the cliaming who was at fault.  THen the staph went into my bone had 2 have another surgery,
thanks for your time

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Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.

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Jonathan Ginsberg

Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.


Would you like your Social Security disability question answered on Jonathan's podcast?  Record your question for Jonathan directly from your computer.



About Jonathan Ginsberg

Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.

Would you like your Social Security disability question answered on Jonathan's podcast?  Record your question for Jonathan directly from your computer.

Comments

  1. mary ann white says:

    i am a 59 year old female. i have worked as a cna and asst. mngr. in a job that deals with lots of issues and long hours. my son was killed in iraq in june 2009. that night i had many horrifing dreams that i find out later, are pretty much how and what happened. i pretty much knew there was something wrong with me. i went to the va for counsuling and was told to meditate. things went real bad after that. i took a part time care for elderly job. i couldn’t remember the meds, timing. i had severe panic and anxiety attacks. i ended up in the er and was sent to a psychitrist. i was diagonosed with full blown ptsd., anxiety and depression. no longer able to work, i filed for ssi and ssd. i was denied on both. reconsideration also denied. i was told to work in plastics. seeing that i can’t drive because of disosiation and being 59 and no plastics place around, i decided to go for the hearing. i had to hire an attorney and get social security to tell me wher i worked and what i did from the very beginning. i could not

    concentrate or fill out my papers. now i am waiting for my hearing, and have to file bankruptcy, and my husband has left me. has been almost a i year since i applied. i know that is not a long time when it comes to ssd but i need to know wher i can go for help. my lawyer didn’t even mention ssi to me after my husband left. my husband said he will keep insurance on me for as long as i need. now i am even more depressed and actually thinking about how i wouldn’t be in this position if i wasn’t here.

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