Mary always wanted to be a nurse. She worked for 10 years as a nurse, but could no longer maintain that employment due to fatigue, pain, and poor concentration. She sought treatment from numerous specialists, none of whom could figure out what was really wrong with her. The doctors just kept given her more and more medications, which only served to make her concentration and fatigue even worse.
Worse yet, Social Security informed Mary that although they agreed she could not work as a nurse, she was not disabled because she could perform work as an assembly line worker. "Assembly line worker?" Mary said, "I don't even have enough energy to clean my apartment, let alone work." Frustrated, Mary sought the services of Jim Brown, who has 18 years of experience in handling Social Security Disability claims. Jim presented Mary's case in front of a Social Security Judge, and Mary's case was approved. Now Mary can use her monthly Social Security check to help out with the bills, so that her husband and her can pay the mortgage. Mary was grateful for Jim's help and compassion in presenting her claim to the Judge.