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Kafkaesque: A homeless woman’s long war to prove the feds owe her $100,000.

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Petula Dvorack has a very interesting report in the Washington Post. From the report:

. . . “She had all the paperwork there, neatly organized, in order. She was right all along. They did owe her all that money,” marveled Turner, 56.

Witter should be getting her check from Social Security for $99,999 in the next few days, said her new attorney, Daniela de la Piedra, who specializes in Social Security disputes. That’s the largest amount that the Social Security Administration can cut to get her the money fast. She might be owed even more, which would be paid out later, once all the paperwork is done.

It will be the end of a long quest. Witter wandered the streets of the District for about 16 years, calling Social Security’s toll-free number, sending letters and trying to get someone to listen to her predicament. . .

Written by LeisureGuy

22 August 2016 at 3:40 pm

Posted in Government, Law

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