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  1. Alicia L. Walker says:

    Dear Honorable Judge Yelanda Collins,
    First and foremost I would like to ask God to bless you for having to deal with so much and such a heavy load far as the workload that you have and I appreciate if you do see this message and God’s name that you can add me to your list, Judge Collins I have had to have two major surgeries on my shoulder for major damage that has caused me to be unable to work since 2011- Present, I’ve been through the Storm and back but with Gods good grace I’m still holding on, I haven’t been able to work at all since that time and I have no income and I was 46yrs old at the time of my injury and I’m 52 years old now and I am in diar nerd of financial assistance and I know I promised God I would be patient and I must keep that promise, I’m hoping that you may just take a moment of your time just to acknowledge this plea to beg you to see if you can please help me just to get a hearing date so I can keep my Faith at least to know that help is on the way, I don’t even know how I got to this page to be able to express myself to you or even why I choose you out of all the judges but I just want to ask if you can please save me from all the hardship I’m going through just waiting for a hearing, and if you can please help me with any information that will assist me to at least get a hearing date, I have Faith in Our Lord Jesus Christ and all I’m asking for is if you can pray for me to speed up my case or if you can respond to me with any kind of updates on the status of my case, I really need your help if at all possible please help me.
    Thank you even if this message touched your heart in any kind of way, I’m located right here in Jacksonville Florida, 32208
    May God bless you even if there’s nothing you can do I appreciate you just taking a moment just to read my comment I know that I can’t expect anything more than that but I know All things come through and from Almighty God, so I will stay strong, be patient and keep my Faith that this is my Season, Amen

  2. Anonymous says:

    I didn’t think it was possible to feel more depressed, anxious, sad, panicked, and sick. Thank you for proving me wrong Ms. Collins. I was a tax-paying citizen for 16 years before becoming ill. I told Ms. Collins of my plan of action to get well in the not-to-distant future. I told the truth as nervous as I was.

    What I received in return was an unfavorable decision in which 2 things were stated that I never said (and I am sure I didn’t say them because they are just plain untrue) and most of what I did say was omitted or ignored.

    This has been such a heavy, dejecting process. I am sad, but I am also so angry that this woman who knows nothing about me (and has the facts wrong about what she thinks she does know) gets to decide if I am sick enough to use the Social Security that I have paid into my whole life for what it is intended for.

    I understand that many do take advantage of the system. I told the truth and had all my ducks in a row. So, why am I sitting here worrying about how I am going to tell my kids that we have to move our of the only home they have ever lived in?

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