what do you think my chances of getting disability are??

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i have a club foot where i cant bend my ankle ….also i cannot feel from my knee down……..i can only bend my knee in the shape of an L and no further…..i have a condition called ossification in my hip where i cannot bend my leg foward and barely back….i have leg length discrepancy….and my tailbone is offset where i cannot sit up straight….im in alot of chronic pain but cannot afford pain management and i have no insurance…..i have a colostomy ….and brain damage according to m.r.i. in my frontal lobe…..i use a cane to walk as i fall alot and it hurts……i have terrible neck and back , leg pelvic pains….terrible short term memory….i cannot put my shoes and socks on nor can i drive okay but i was in a car wreck june 30th of 2006 and aqquired all this and i think im about the best of my recovery im going to get ……is that more believealbe……or the fact that ive allready been denied twice more believable im in the administrative law judge stage and have to use a free clinin doctors to support my case in my later condition i was in a coma for about a month……also i am 1.2 million dollars in medical debt for not having insurance the car owners insurance would only pay 25k maximum policy ive had everything taken away from me and now have to live at my grandparents im 23 and they provide everything for me as they have for nearly 2 years now………i really need this disability to get my life back on track

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    June 30, 2011 at 12:12 am

    Soc. Sec. is notorious for denying benefits the first, and even the 2nd time. Too many get discouraged and just drop the idea.. Your best bet would be to get a detailed medical history from each of your doctors and submit it to Soc. Sec. by a lawyer. Granted they are going to take some of the back pay as their fees but they will fight for your benefits until you get them, or until it’s absolutely proven that you do not qualify..

    Keep fighting!!!

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    June 30, 2011 at 12:22 am

    How many times are you going to ask the same question??? This is at least number 3.

    Your ‘story’ just doesn’t ring true.

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    n kateus
    June 30, 2011 at 12:45 am

    Do you have an attorney helping you? The disability (social security dis) that I presume you’re referring to…is not often obtained without attorney assistance…even for people with the trauma you’ve listed. A good disability-case specialist or even a good attorney who is a generalist should be your immediate next step if you’ve not taken it already.

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    June 30, 2011 at 1:28 am

    No one here can answer that. Stay with your process.

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    June 30, 2011 at 1:47 am

    First step is visit your GP,then see a specialist.

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    June 30, 2011 at 2:23 am

    They’ll want to see you unless you are in a hospital so be prepared to show up in court at the the third attempt. Good Luck & keep trying like all of us did. & then don’t let people try to take these rights away cause “Everyone can work” What Crap!

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    June 30, 2011 at 2:45 am

    I do not advise an attorney for the simple fact that the atty will take a portion of YOUR benefits when it is awarded. Keep apealing the decision. Do not let the case die. You will be paid back to original date if you push on with it.

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    June 30, 2011 at 3:20 am

    Start up a claim & find out.

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