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7/15/2008 - Posted by:
Law Office of Stuart Pastor
Phone: 972-599-2600
Alt. Phone: 469-258-0512
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Success with Lyme Disease Claim Law Office of Stuart Pastor, Austin,Dallas, Plano Texas

There is considerable medical controversy as to whether someone who has been properly treated for Lyme Disease can continue to harbor the organism, and suffer debilitating symptoms. One of my clients received treatment from a neurologist who kept up with the research literature. My client treated with the neurologist on a regular basis, and the doctor supported her claim for SSD. The judge who was assigned to the case always calls a medical expert (ME) to testify, and the neurologist who was slated to testify in this case generally does not find disability. I met with my client's neurologist, and arranged for her to appear at the hearing. The ME initially testified that my client retained the capacity to perform light work. However, following the testimony of my client's neurologist he stated that he thought that she was in a better position to judge my client's limitations, and would not differ with her judgment of the limiationis to which my client was subject. The client received a fully favorable decision.

Submitted by Stuart Pastor,Law Office of Stuart Pastor,Offices in Austin, and Dallas, Texas.

 

 

 
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