T.W. v. SSA – Disability and Bipolar Disorder

T.W. v. SSA – Disability and Bipolar Disorder

TW suffered from low IQ, schizoaffective and bipolar disorders. TW had long and successful work history as a bus boy at a well-known and popular diner, a job he held for over 15 years when, at the age of 53, he was terminated from the job because the diner hired a new manager. Afterwards, TW…

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E.C. v. SSA – Disability and HIV

E.C. v. SSA – Disability and HIV

EC was diagnosed with HIV in 2001 and shortly thereafter was unable to continue working due to the symptoms of HIV and strong medication side effects (severe weight loss, wasting syndrome, chronic high fevers, nausea, vomiting, fatigue and drowsiness). EC worked as a maintenance man for over 10 years in a South Florida municipality. After…

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