They can try, but they should not succeed. They may not know what happened. Your grandfather's estate is not liable for your mother's debt, so they cannot collect against his estate. Now that it soon will be your property, you also are not liable to for your mother's debts (unless you expressly...Read more »
At age 12, I fell flat on my back from a high (supposedly) karate kick in the air. I've had horrible lower back problems since. My mother would take me to massage therapists who always claimed it was a slipped disc. As I got older I made several trips to the ER regarding lower back pain. In 2010 I... Read more »
Check with legal aid/legal services for the county you are in. Homeless services may also help. You need medical assistance so you can get the medical evaluations you need. If there is a vocational rehab department in California they might be able to help.
I dont want to lose my benifets ,how do i go about protecting my small award which is concidered my daughters worth? without losing my benifiets the small amount is from wrongfull death case we just won .
Your lawyer should be able to help you. If it is unfortunately a small amount, usually you work out a "spend down" program with the state --you will have to keep receipts but the items covrered have to be agreed to by the state.
Eligible people may draw social security benefits. Depending on the level of income, up to 85% of social security income may be taxable. The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended to, and may not be construed as legal, tax or accounting advice. For specific...Read more »
You can apply for Social Security disability on the official website at www.ssa.gov or you can call 800-772-1213 to find out how to set an appointment at your local Social Security office. I note though that obtaining benefits is not as simple as just "signing up" for Social Security Disability...Read more »
If you were wrongfully terminated, as part of your damages, you are entitled to lost wages from the time of your firing until the time of re-employment at a same or similar wage. Lost wages includes health and welfare benefits.
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