Well this is my second time around going to the SDI hearing. The first time, the "lawyer" I had didn't mention half of the things I go through and although I was promised to be able to, I was not allowed to speak on my own behalf. I am thinking this time to go on my own. After all, noone knows what I deal with better than I. I could even take some testimonials from some of you. But you know the old saying anyone representing themselves has a fool for an attorney. What do you guys think? I know a lot of you still work and I admire you a great deal but after my stroke, I certainly cannot work mentally and physically, my FM is just too severe to give anyone my full time. Any input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks....(()) Lynda
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