In my state, Vermont, for example, there is no prohibition on a bank foreclosing against a borrower collecting workers' compensation. It is a common worrry for claimants, especially when a claim is denied.
Other than working with your lender, perhaps it may be possible to receive an advance of weekly benefits, i.e. permanency benefits, in a lump sum or you may consider settling the indemnity/non-medical portion of your claim if it is reasonable to do so.
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The simple answer is yes. This prompts many people to borrow money if the claim cannot be settled. There are lenders who will lend you money with your case as collateral such as Preferred Capital Lending. I never recommend borrowing because the interest is very high but it should be considered if you are losing your home.
In most cases, your WC TTD should not be that much different from you take-home pay. You should consult a WC attorney to make sure your benefits are being paid correctly.
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Yes. Workman's compensation does not prevent or preclude a foreclosure complaint. You can file a motion to stay the foreclosure based upon the pending loan modification application. The HAMP guidelines provide that a Sheriff's sale should not go forward so long as a HAMP loan modification has been pending at least 7 days prior to the sale date.
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