No protection?

By jason

In November I spent 3 weeks in the hospital and was diagnosed with heart failure. The hospital applied for disability on my behalf. My question has to do with my upcoming rent which I have no way of paying. I know I will be late and I know I will get an eviction notice. Is there no way protection from this for people that are in the situation I am in? It will really suck trying to cope with this heart failure crap along with being homeless. What kind of society would allow something like this to happen?

Edited on: Sunday, December 29th, 2013 1:12 pm

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