Have you ever known anyone who had applied for Social Security Benefits due to their limitations and failed medical conditions?
Have you noticed the discrimination? Have you noticed the inconsistencies between those receiving benefits and those who had been denied benefits?
I feel the need to understand as to why Social Security is approving benefits to those who are clearly not disabled and did so in a relatively short period of time for some, but took many years for others and as provided by the examples I give below.
There appears to be a distinct unequalness between cases involving men and women. The men in my examples clearly had medical issues but did not meet the requirements established by social security as given to the women, yet they had been approved their social security benefits and they women and been denied the social security benefits. Further, the examples will show that there are inconsistencies in the determination process that makes the system unjust, unequal, biased and prejudicial in every way.
My first case example is a Hispanic man who is 50 years old and who was declared permanently disabled after he was diagnosed as having chest pain prior to an angioplasty. He had been tested and found to require stent placement and with no complications the procedure was done and his limitations which were relatively few were given. He recovered well after his procedure and having no residual effect went back to drinking thus escalating his type II diabetes glucose levels. He was declared disabled by social security and benefits were approved in less then three years.
My second case example is a released jail inmate who is a type 1 diabetic with neuropathy and eye problems mostly due to a eye injury which, resulted in scaring and which now are worsened with cataracts. He recently filed for permanent disability benefits and his application had been approved less then 90 days from his filing date for benefits. He is male and in his mid thirties with no other health issues.
My third case example is also male and he received his benefits in less then 3 years after he had been misdiagnosed for back issues following a work injury. He recently was diagnosed with having Multiple Sclerosis. Social security of course forgave his chronic drug and alcohol use and he now receives full SSD benefits and state assistance.
Now for the women.
My first example is a white womanwho was forty-three years old and born with a diseased liver and as a result was susceptible to organ failures, disease and infection. She took the advice of the hospital social workers and staff and filed for permanent social security benefits. She had repeatedly been denied the benefits and this before and after a liver transplant and while dying in a hospital bed. It took her five years to die. It took five years of fighting for benefits in a state of dying. She suffered and had no means to help herself medically as she had been put into financial ruin and medically she required things she could not purchase since she had been denied medical and financial assistance for a terminal disease that killed her.
My final example is a fifty year old white woman who had been run down by a driver while walking across the street with her five year old. It left her feet crushed and yet no bones broke, she received total dislocations of every bone in her foot and was awarded a settlement of $50,000.00 by a civil court based on her injuries. Many physicians and specialists and including three medical directors of reputable insurance companies also supported that this woman had severe disabilities as a result of this accident and resulting injuries and suggested the settlement be made before going to court. The divorced mom had no choice but to work as she had three children to support and she worked half days on the family medical leave act against the advice of her doctors and continued to do so after she had a heart attack at work. She had bypass surgery, crush injuries to both arms and both feet, she is a type I uncontrolled diabetic with severe neuropathies, eye retinopathy, hernias, calcification of all major arteries and for which caused a second and possibly third heart attack. She had a history of severe carpel tunnel injuries and after two failed carpel tunnel surgeries, back injuries, hip issues, dystrophy of the throat and right foot, acid reflux with vocal cord paralysis, a now occluded double bypass with failed stent placement and the list goes on and even after the ODAR Judge advised in writing that she could not be around people as a result of her asthma and COPD conditions, they denied her the SSD benefits. Further the woman had also been approved for state workers compensation benefits for medical for certain conditions after she had been exposed to chemicals at work to cover up legionnaires which she discovered and reported as the newly appointed union rep. This woman could not longer work after she had been exposed to chemicals at her former place of employment, had been misdiagnosed for a pulmonary tumor and then not treated for her appropriate conditions, which resulted from chemical exposure while at work and for which she acquired asthma and COPD which is chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This woman who appeared sick at the taking of this information was also the person who discovered the legionnaires at her former company and reported it after another employee died at the office and many others got ill and after she had herself been repeatedly hospitalized in ICU. You see the company lied to it's employees when they had been concerned with the employee dying on the floor of it's office. They lied about the EPA being called in to investigate and they lied about the CDC being called to investigate. The State of Ohio Workers Compensation Department declared her partially disabled due to certain conditions and approved her countless claims. The settlement based on preponderance of the evidence was concluded in her favor for workers compensation for certain conditions (no money, medical only) and since 2004 she had been trying to get her permanent social security benefits and each time had been denied them. At one point one of the states reporters advised the ODAR Administrative Judge five years after she filed that the women had been jailed for breaking a court order and had authoritative issues when by fact the woman had never discussed such a matter with the doctor, but had complained because he had refused to provide his licensing to her when she had requested it from him and he allegedly got defensive and when the woman tried to refuse to use the doctors personal blood glucose machine (not an office machine) as she was familiar with the importance of skin precautions he got angry and made a false report to social security and included the false court information. Anyone following the Cuyahoga and Franklin and Summit county articles would find that the same Judge that sent this innocent woman to jail was the same Judge dismissed from five counties for her abuse of power and for which many articles against her and other persons including Prosecutor William Mason and all cohorts had been dismissed. What is the concern here? Why would non medical issues ever be introduced into any social security case as it would not be relevant. Why would an administrative Judge not request sealed court records that support a patients claims in refute of a doctor who abused his authority and power for social security? Why wouldn't an administrative Judge request the now sealed records? Because the administrative Judge does not want to know fact based on conclusions of fact by evidence. Instead these Judges demonstrate that they favor men over women, they favor inconsistencies in determinations of benefits and favor being unequal and unjust and biased and they favors saving the state money by allowing one side of an issue to be introduced into record and ignore the patient/victims defense of allegations that should not even exist in the records. What is worse with this last case example the Judge June Rose Galvin, having been told she can no longer be a Visiting Supreme Court Judge in Cuyahoga County had repeatedly put on her docket motions that had already been ruled on by another Judge thus bilking the state and the pro se' defendants/plaintiffs out of thousands of dollars for self-serving reasons. The courts own records that were sealed by Judge Galvin were never requested by the ODARAdministrative Social Security Judge and this after the mother lost custody because judge Galvin and the the appointed guardian ad litem Sunny Simon had allegedly determined that the woman was too disabled to keep custody of her daughter and gave custody to an substantiated abuser.
So to sum things up a little, we have here different courts with three different opinions. Judge Galvin failed to recognize that she had no jurisdiction to declare the woman disabled when by fact social security had failed to do so as it had not yet heard the case. Many disable persons raise their own children safely. Who is protecting those being abused by such abue of power when they are so ill?
In conclusion three men in a relatively short period of time received approved social security benefits and each of these men had a history of drug and or alcohol abuse and further had no match to the conditions the women had. By fact the women were worse off and the one terminal yet they women had been denied permanent disability. Each woman had a strong work ethic and history whereas the men did not. The women clearly unable to function in society as they had, one even died, were clearly abused by power and authority and denied benefits for permanent disability when clearly the medical documentation and other proof had been supporting their disabilities and reflects a broken system full of unequalness, biased tendencies, unjust procedures and failure to find fact by law.
The process is long, tedious at best and the refusal of the ODAR and administrative Judges to look at all evidence, the failure to review evidence already determined by other state agencies, failure of consistency in determinations and its protocols together with physicians who fail to document fact not lies and the failure to have laws that make physicians to document appropriately a persons health status, diagnosis and treatment. We the people should be protecting each other and we should be fixing what is broken and unjust. This could be you being denied unjustly the benefits for which you have spent a life time career paying into.