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I can tell you pretty much how I believe I won SSD case...

tarheelgirlttarheelgirl Posts: 473
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:47 AM in Health Insurance Issues
If you are interested, let me know!
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  • skyhunter71sskyhunter71 Valparaiso, Indiana, USAPosts: 17
    yes I am definitely interested! I am set to go before a judge April 10th and could use an advantage! Thanks!
  • I'm interested too, do tell!
  • I called the local social security office and they told me.
    Discectomies 05/08 and 04/11, fusions L4-5 Feb 9,2012 and L3-L4 June 28,2012, Staph infection washout 3/2/2012, Bulged L5-S1. SCS trial on January 17th, 2014, which was a success! Permanent SCS on February 20th.
  • Why start a topic and not complete it?
  • If you notice the beginning topic is from 2010.
    Discectomies 05/08 and 04/11, fusions L4-5 Feb 9,2012 and L3-L4 June 28,2012, Staph infection washout 3/2/2012, Bulged L5-S1. SCS trial on January 17th, 2014, which was a success! Permanent SCS on February 20th.
  • There is only one way to win a SSDI case and that is to have all your doctors standing behind, you. Keep up your doctor appointments and always be truthful, with the SSDI, doctors, judges, lawyers and whomever else. Try all treatments that are prescribed for you, as you know one of them might work and you will become employable again. You always need to prepare that it could be a long wait, and sometimes a short period. It your not successful the first time through it doesn't mean your not that injured, sometimes it is literally the luck of the draw. But if you do the above and you are truly unemployable you will prevail in the end.
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