Feds Collect from Disabled Student Borrower Eligible for Loan Discharge

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Feds Collect from Disabled Student Borrower Eligible for Loan Discharge

Jan, 2nd 2017

One man’s case highlights the government’s sometimes aggressive approach to collecting student loan debt

For about a year, Hector Rodriguez lost a portion of his limited income, including in some months, a portion of his much-needed Social Security disability benefits over a student loan that was eligible for forgiveness.

Rodriguez, an army veteran, took out student loans in the 1970s to attend college, but he ultimately had to drop out due to frequent hospitalizations and later defaulted on the debt, according to a lawsuit he filed against multiple government agencies earlier this month. In 1973, he was diagnosed with schizophrenia. He began receiving Social Security disability benefits shortly thereafter and has received them continuously ever since.

Rodriguez’s disability was so severe that he qualified to have his student loans wiped...

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