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  1. Anonymous says:

    Read the above post. Have you ever heard of the Americans with Disabilities Act?
    I suggest you phone the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D. C. and ask for the disability department. If your friend has no vision in one eye and only 20% vision in his good eye you do not need this judge’s approval. Blindness is a covered disability with the Social Security Administration.
    Good luck/ESQ.

  2. Anonymous says:

    My friend had to go before this judge for disability. He has an eight grade education and does not speak well in front of others. He is completely blind in one eye and he say he has about 20% vision left. When I talk to him he worries about being homeless which he has been before. He is always depressed. No one will hire him to work and the only skill he had he can no longer see to do. I have tried to help him over the years and be a true friend. I have taken him to the hospital and grocery numerous times, but it takes him a long time in a grocery store. His family has helped him on and off as they can. I just wonder why citizens pay in to SOCIAL SECURITY where in my friend’s case he has no social security as he does not know how to fight for it. This judge turned a blind man down for social security and he can not get a job to support himself. I just don’t understand this.

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