And was pretty sure of myself that I was going to get it. I had a spinal fusion done in Oct 08, and I applied before I had the surgery, but turned in all of my medical paperwork from it. I had a 10 hour surgery that resulted in 21 screws and 2 rods, and instrumentation to hook it all together. Before the surgery I had a very hard time, and after the surgery I am still having trouble. The paperwork says that I can find less demanding work, but my previous job WAS desk work, so what do they want me to do? I would be paid at least $850, I have three dependents and the first time I filed was in 06. I think honestly that they are trying to get out of paying the benefits bcz they think that I won't fight it this time. We really, really need the money and I am scared that I wont be able to find a job in these times with my disability. It is hard to sit for hours in front of a computer because of my spine, and it is hard to stand for hours, and I cannot pick up anything heavier than 2 gal of milk. They really confused me bcz they did acknowledge that I had several limitations on working. What should I do?
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