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Medical Expenses Incurred since August 2015

Organized by: Joanne Narag

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THE STORY:

My husband was involved in a motorcycle accident in August 2015 when a speeding driver did not see him and quickly got over into his lane, forcing my husband into the back of another vehicle. My husband suffered major road rash on different parts of his body and separated his shoulder and tore some ligaments. We are extremely lucky that he is alive today and suffered minor injuries, considering that most motorcycle accidents result in death. I was extremely thankful to God that he spared my husbands life. It just wasn't his time. He had just started a new job 3 month prior to his accident. We incurred so many medical bills due to his accident, not to mention he lost his brand new motorcycle (which we are still trying to make payments on. I had to juggle my time between work and take care of my husband by taking him to his appointments, taking kids to school and daycare, etc. I was doing overtime on the weekends just to earn extra money.This was incredibly hard on me as I became the main breadwinner. We have three children, and I wasn't ready for everything to be placed upon me. Our bills continue to pile up yet I hold a smile for my kids and my husband. It is now January 2016 and my husband is still not working. He continues his physical therapy and appointments with his orthopedic doctor and primary Doctor, and the bills continue to roll in. I am beyond exhausted, and I haven't taken any time off of work. It took me this long to admit that we really need help. It is time for me to ask for help. $800 every two weeks is not cutting it. I am falling apart over here and I am turning to my community for help. Any amount will help us with atleast just the medical bills. Thank you in advance for all your help!

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