My question is, as most of us suffer with pain on the daily from RA, are we considered permanently disabled even thought physically we do not look like anything is wrong? The reason why I ask, is because I got my rhumy to sign a paper for me to get a parking placard, and he put for a temporary one..But I asked him if I have RA so severe and there is no cure, is it not a permanent disability...he said True, but that doesn't mean you won't better say in 2 yrs...I'm just a little confused I guess
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