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« Moving Toward a Cure While Addressing Care | Main | Physicians and Disability: An Oxymoron? Four Steps to Ease Suffering »

August 06, 2012

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Long Island Disability lawyer

Thanks for sharing. Their is a misconception that people receiving social security disability don't want to work. SSDI gives a trial period that allows many claimants the opportunity to see if they are able to work. Many claimants take this option. Some are able to work but many find that there disability is too severe to return to work.

Patricia Dudek

I agree - keep up the good work!
Patti

jessesToons

I think this is very important. Almost all people can't help that they have a disability. But I understand why most of them would have to get a disability lawyer for help because I have heard of people out there using disability as an excuse to not work and get free money and that is so wrong that people can pretend with something as serious as that.

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