- My father is 78 years old. Way back in 1969 his chronical depressive state and gastritis were recognised to have been due to persecution with the result that his claims for health treat-ment were also recognised.
Up to 3 years ago he still regularly took a cure. In the last year but one he fell down and had the misfortune to suffer a femoral neck fracture and since that time could no longer stand up on his own two legs properly. Moreover, he is sometimes really depressive. I must help him to wash the laundry, clean the apartment, cook and go shopping for him. Have my fa-ther or I any claim to nursing care money?
- All her life long my mother has suffered depressions as a result of her fate due to persecu-tion and draws a pension for ill health as a result of this.
After the death of my father her state of health became dramatically worse. She can no longer live alone and without care and attention. She is no longer in a position to look after herself. She hardly ever gets out of her bed, ignores food, clothing, personal hygiene and had already tried to commit suicide once. Without us - my entire family - encouraging my mother and making her do the normal things in daily life, she would do nothing for herself. Can we demand recompense for this?
- Due to her many years of persecution my mother was granted medical treatment for perse-cution trauma, anxiety psychosis and a spinal column complaint.Unfortunately, she died in May. The compensation authorities had consented to take over the costs for a three week cure in Tiberias in spring.
a) Can I as heir be reimbursed with the treatment costs awarded before the death of my mother for the spinal column complaint?
b) Can I take this cure instead of my mother?
- I have claim to health treatment due to a "spinal column complaint" which in the sense of restricted permanent deterioration has been recognised with a diminution in the ability to earn a living of 15%. My own medical practitioner has now prescribed 10 x physiotherapy treatment due to my continuous backache.
Can I demand reimbursement of the costs?
- I am an NS persecutee living in Israel. In my case "the cardiac decompensation defect with joint rheumatism" has been recognised in my case as a disorder due to persecution with the result that my claim for health treatment was recognised.
Last year I was operated on in Houston, Texas, USA, for this disorder. The compensation authorities refused to take over these costs because I did not get their approval before the operation. Is this correct?