thank you Duckster for that lovely post! yeah so i received a letter from the judge about 10 days ago...i didn't open it because i didn't want to be P.O.'d for the holidays. i don't know...i had a sinking feeling in my gut that it was a denied again.
yesterday was so quiet & my hunny went to bed for a nap...so i said, "what the heck" (well not heck).
first words that hit ya' were "verdict fully favorable".
it was a pretty extensive letter, it went through all of the evidence & physicians report. so basically, my medical evidence proved the disability. i read the dang thing about 4 times...to be sure i understood, LOL.
just feels like something was done "in the right" in this Garden State. 5 years in the making & at least a little justice has been served.
and i did it all by myself! no attorney, no nottin'.
and as i said the day of the trial...it was the easiest thing i've ever done in my life, because all i had to do was tell the truth.
case closed...thank God.
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