Disabled and struggling

Hello! Thank you for taking the time to read my story❤
It's a difficult and long one but I promise to keep it as short as possible!
In 2018 my career had taken off as a hotel dept manager and after many years of working on long island I finally got my dream job! I was offered a job in Manhattan. I couldnt have been more happy and excited to start the next chapter. On sept 5 2018, 4 months later my life would change. Me and my wife were stopped at a light on our way home and a driver behind us was on a cellphone and sped around the corner on the overpass and rear ended us. 
Fast forward 2 years..... I have not been able to work due to injuries in both hips and 90 percent of my spine has bulging discs, herniations, enroachemng on nerves in the cervical, and lumbar regions of my spine, lumbar Radiculopathy, trochanteric bursitis in both hips,labrum tear in the right hip, sacroilliac joint dysfunction, and severe nerve pain. Most nights it's difficult to sleep due to the pain and it's getting harder to walk. My wife is our sole income and she is trying so hard working two Ft jobs and we still cant do it. I was head of household and the guilt and sadness burdens me every day along with the the thoughts of what will my career be like and will my life go back to normal. I miss my career and the freedom of walking around and the independence. The funds would go towards co pays for the nuerologist I am currently being treated at, testing co pays, surgeon co pays,and the 50 dollar co pays add up very quickly, the medications for pain needed, injections, and of course rent and Bills that have stacked up due to having to choose between medical treatment and rent or car payment and treatment. The social security disability process is long and exhausting its 2 years and I'm still waiting on that and an accident case to have a trial date. It's a very long and draining road but I have hope that things will get better and that I will get better.My treatment has not been easy. The injections are painful (I have had a total of 18 cortosteriod injections in my facet joints, lumbar spine, and both hips and I have to go into the hospital for them and no one has any answers on if I will be ok and able to walk as well as I used to. It's becoming harder to walk and climb stairs and drive.it's especially hard lately due to losing my grandmother and recently finding out my father has been diagnosed with stage two lung cancer. I pray every day that someone will watch over him. I also pray that the will be a light at the end of this very long tunnel. I do have a ton of information on this all so if you have any questions please feel free to message me:) 
 Sending love and light to all of you❤
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