I am wanting to contact some lawyers to see if I have any kind of case. (Hey, it can't hurt right?
I was applying for gov't benefits recently, and as I was trying to navigate through the mountains of paperwork the caseworker gave me, I informed her that I had severe depression and untreated bipolar (And adhd I now find out.) and I couldn't handle all of the paperwork. She kind of shook her head and blew me off. She said "Its not that much."
She didnt inform me their was a 10 day due date on the like 20 documents I needed to provide, some which I couldnt afford to buy like birth certs, and some that needed to be ordered from employers like paystub's.
I got denyed benefits. (Because I didnt provided her with proof of my religion for not vaxxing and not getting a financial document to her that I had to order in the mail.) We are close to no food, having 2 cars repossessed, cant pay our utilities, and I can barely scrounge enough for rent this month thanks to this
As a member of MDC informed me, they provide translators if you dont speaak english and help for the elderly, so why not the mentally ill?
I'd like to see if I have a case.
I just dont know if the yellow pages would be the right place to look for a lawyer for this situation.
What do you think?