Please bear with me...I am new to this forum and hope someone can help me. 5 years ago, I was well into my plumbing career, when I was diagnosed with Fibromylagia, a non- curable neurological disease. It ended my plumbing career and now, years later I work from a chair in my home, as that is most of what I can manage. I am thinking of pursuing "Permanent Partial Disability", because I don't have many resources left to work with due to the disease. I can do some things, but I am very limited. I moved out of state to a better climate suited for the disease, and no longer have a doctor or medicines.
A couple questions:
Is this the best route to go?
How do you start the process responsibly if so (Disability lawyer?)
Also, what can I expect from a "Permanent Partial Disability" status and how does it work?
I have read some on it, but it is confusing. I figured some of you folks could help me.
Since this is non curable, it is forever. That's why I was wondering where to start in all this mess. I don't want the hassle of full disability. I was going to just call a disability lawyer to ask about Permanent Partial Disability,but wanted feed back first from you folks because I am sure you have been through enough to give some advice and insight. By the way...is this the correct forum to post this in?
Cant thank you enough!
All the best,