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Broken arm, can I get unemployment or disability?

by tom44 on August 20, 2012

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Question by Chris M.: Broken arm, can I get unemployment or disability?
i just moved to austin, texas with two friends. I lived in new york and worked as a cna (certified nursing assistant) about 3 weeks ago. well I decided to buy a bike yesterday to use for transportation for when i get my cna job and college here. Well, right as i was leaving the parking lot, i went down a hill, hit my front brakes by accident and flipped over my handlebars. Luckily yesterday was my last day of insurance, so it covered my medical expenses. im in a temporary cast right now, I still need to see an ortho doctor for my permanent cast, but like i said, my insurance ended yesterday. I’m running out of money, and i cant get a job with my broken arm. Is there any company, or any government funding i could possibly get for a source of income until my arms healed. or at least someone who can help with my upcoming medical bills. I’m in a very serious bind now.

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3 thoughts on “Broken arm, can I get unemployment or disability?

  1. thecharleslloyd says:

    You should be about to get some social security for this, contact them now.

  2. Kevin H says:

    One possibility is to apply for NY state disability. TX does not have such a plan, but you may qualify for benefits since you worked in NY until very recently. The benefit is not great – only $ 170 per week.

  3. Eugene says:

    you probably will not be able to get SSD benefits as it doesn’t not seem like you are expected to be out of work for at least a year as a result of your disability.

    Unfortunately, I don’t think you will qualify for unemployment benefits as it is a state run program and you have not worked in the state of texas.

    You might want to look into temporary disability benefits…

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