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9/4/2008 - Posted by:
Law Office of John L. Roberts
Phone: 413-567-5600
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A younger client with Multiple Sclerosis was awarded benefits, without a hearing, based on the evidence we submitted to the Social Security Hearings Office:

"My biggest problem is fatigue.

Unfortunately, people with MS aren’t considered disabled. Because the disease is so vague, a lot of times they’re just pushed aside…it’s very frustrating when you’re in the beginning steps to it. Should I file? Should I not file? Am I qualified? Am I not qualified?

You think that you can do it on your own, and you can’t… I was trying to go it alone without an advocate… I don’t know what it is with you, but you did it, and you did it quickly. It was more than I ever could have hoped for. I was very happy with the length of time.

You called me, and we spoke. By the time the conversation was done, I was one step closer. I just would advise anyone with MS to just keep going, because eventually you’re going to be heard.

I’m very, very grateful that my physical therapist referred me to you, and that was like a stepping stone. It all turned around there… I can’t put into words how grateful I was for that."

You can hear this client tell her story on our website: Visit Website  For a free case evaluation, call Attorney Roberts at 413 567-5600.

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