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  • I'm currently on SHORT TERM DIS at work & starting 6-18 it will be Long Term. The great thing is they help you apply & fight if needed. Our LTD could have to pay up to 2 yrs if disability isn't approved. So they don't want to pay me that long makes them help me get all my info! Problem is the lawsuit...could end up interferring wit5h both. I'm lucky my parents are well enough off to help me with bills so I don't lose my house. Just really hate to ask!
    Drs are insisting I SHOULD NOT be demied. Other than spine issue I've surgery every 6 to 8 mo for otherrr issues that could kill me. Then there's the treatments for a blood disorder that takes a full day every 6 mo. I have 3 to 4 appts each month for different issues.
    Getting hard juggling work, medical issues & raising my baby girl.

    What type a job allows you to sit, stand, walk & lay down as needed? NONE!
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