they offered me $50,000 for the injury but they said if i did any work for 5 years they would take every pennie back .
So i told them that i wanted to try and do some kind of work to try and hell myself .
because the state told me they were to broke to pay for therope
I have tryed for years to work and 95% of employers will not hire me because for one thing .
I know they have black guarded me in Lancaster county because i had a lawyer .
i just had scotty,s Painting hire me and at the end of the day he said thanks a lot you did a lot of work .the next day he called me and said john the builder blew up on me for hiring you .
and i said why he said i don't know he just said he don't want to use you.
and i never met the builder or said any thing to him or any one out of the order .
I agree with Mr. Lassen that there is information missing. However, I think your fact pattern is going to be too complex to address this way. You should contact a lawyer who has experience in employment law and discrimination.
Let me also add that I think it is commendable that you are trying to overcome a disability.
I'm not sure what your question is. It sounds like you may have a workers' compensation claim since you talk about a settlement. You may be eligible for SSD since you posted in this section, but if you have been working this suggests that you are not disabled as defined by SSA. You mention that you had a lawyer, so I would suggest that you sit down with them as they should know what is going on. If not, try to find a local lawyer for a free consult. FYI, watch out for Statutes of Limitations (S/L). These depend on the facts of your WC and your "date last insured" re: your SSD claim, do don't delay in getting that consult. Best of luck to you!
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