Years ago I got into a car accident in another state, I got hit by an SUV going 65 miles an hour struck to the passenger door of a 1966 Chevy Caprice classic, whom I was driving. My friend in the passenger seat got knocked to the back seat, shattered all the windows of the car, pushed my driver door into a light pole, pinning me to the steering wheel, pinning my leg down. All I remember was waking up in an ambulance and since then I've been having horrible back pain problems. I was taken to the hospital in an ambulance, hospitalized, the doctors told me if I wasn't driving that old car I would probably wouldn't be here telling you this story right now. That car, it really saved my life. I went to chiropractors in Indiana and had treatment out there.
I had a lawyer in Indiana, his name was Kristen Gill. The light that the lady went across on was green and the light that I went to cross on was green, so both lights were green. It kind of wasn't her fault but she still hit my car and it was the fault of the city of Gary, Indiana because earlier that day there was an accident, I believe a fire truck or something hit a car because of the same reason and they still didn't fix the lights, so I blame my accident not on the passenger that struck me but the city of Gary, Indiana for not fixing the traffic lights. I had a lawyer in Indiana named Kristen Gill,I believe that the case was to me not settled the right way, I didn't get anything out of it, I didn't win and I believe that lawyer really did something to not make me win and get a settlement. I don't know what happened but I didn't get any results from that attorney.
I moved to Texas, I continued going to see the back and spine institute in Plano, Texas. I was prescribed with a hundred and eighty norcos, Tylenol 3.25 with codeine pills for my back every 3 months. After like the fourth time I got my prescription I got cut off, I could no longer receive the medication because I didn't have insurance or any income to pay for my medication, so since then I just been taking Tylenol or whatever I can take for my back and my condition got pretty worse. This is my third time filing for benefits; the first two times I had lawyers but they didn't fight as hard as Citizens Disability is doing for me now. I believe they're doing a great job. I highly recommend them to anyone that needs help getting their benefits. I'm very satisfied with the way they're handling my case and I'm fully confident that they will come out on top and get what I deserve.
My life hasn't been the same since my accident, I can't do the things I used to do anymore. I can't hold down a job, and if I do get a job, I can't tell the job that I have a back problem or they won't hire me, so I'm now not working, I'm homeless, zero income, and I hope that I get my benefits because I really do deserve them. It's hard getting medical records when I was recently diagnosed with cellulitis and I can barely walk. My feet swelled up really bad and I have bad rashes on both legs and hopefully with the treatment that I had and the prescription medicine that they gave me I will be fine here soon. But my lower back problem will never go away, I hate that I have that, but I have to deal with it. I can't lay down for long periods of time, I can't sleep in bed anymore, I have to sleep sitting up on a soft sofa or some kind of lazy boy recliner or something like that. I can no longer do the things I used to do. I used to be a chef and I miss it very much, but now I can't even stand in the kitchen for long periods of time to cook a meal. And there's no way I can even get to any kind of doctors, and if I did I would, but I can't afford any more medical treatment at the time. So basically, that's my story, and hopefully Citizens Disability will get the benefits that I deserve, and I thank them very much and I appreciate all that they have done for me.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend