I am a 61-year-old single mother who is begging for help with saving my family home from foreclosure. I have more times than not struggled to keep a roof over my son’s and my head. I was always a renter until I made a leap of faith in 2019 and became a first-time home owner. I was so proud of myself for being able to provide a home for my son, who struggles with depression and severe anxiety, and for doing it all on my own, unlike now I feel embarrassed, depressed and hopeless with my current situation. With my son’s mental health which started when he was four years old from a car accident where I almost lost him, he has struggled to hold a job and help contribute financially. I was injured severely at my job and I have not been able to return to work. I had enough funds to pay the house note until January 2023. I have fallen behind on property tax ($5,940.70) and my mortgage ($38,036.71). The company I was working for was very small and had under ten trucks, I figured I could go to the doctor’s and not worry about the medical bill because my boss did not provide any type of medical insurance/ benefits, my boss (owner) did not want to acknowledge my injury, so I had to retain a lawyer. With that I had physical therapy and other treatment to help with my spinal injury but the injury is so server the doctors say the best results would come from surgery so they can stabilize my spine. I was paid benefits for one year through Worker’s Compensation, which did help but they are no longer approving those benefits. At this time, I am unable to return to work where I use to drive a truck or probably do any other type of job because I can not sit or stand for long periods of time due to my injuries and lack of mobility. I am afraid to have the much-needed surgery due to the weight I gained since the injury. I’ve asked my lawyer to settle the case so I wouldn’t get to this stage of heart break, anxiety, depression and what seems like an endless stream of tears with this injury and house but my boss’s lawyers have not responded to my lawyer regarding settling this case. If you can find it in your heart I, we, would be so grateful beyond belief.