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hopingandpraying
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We need to file for disability for our son a.s.a.p.

Can anyone recommend a good Lyme disability lawyer in Chicago or surrounding suburbs? I found the name of Neil Good in Chicago on the LDUC.org website.

Anyone worked with him? If so, how was your experience and/or outcome?

Any other suggestions?

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Bartenderbonnie
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I don't have a lawyer for you Hopingandpraying, so sorry.

But I offer this as support, it can be done.

http://www.ilads.org/ilads_news/2017/ground-breaking-lyme-disability-brief/

Also this :

https://www.leagle.com/decision/infdco20160325e09

This case was heartbreaking...

The plantiff's LLMD, Dr Elenor Hynote, of San Fransico, California, passed away before the positive verdict was announced. She was a much beloved doctor in the Lyme community. She was battling Neuro-Lyme herself yet still continued her practice in order to help her patients.

One of the reasons the plantiff won after the death of her LLMD ( judge wanted testimony from treating physician) was because of Dr Hynote 's meticulously transcripted notes.

Dr Hynote succumbed to sepsis from her port line.

Also this for malpractice :

https://sites.google.com/site/marylandlyme/legal-cases

You are a good mother Hopingandpraying. Much love. ❤️

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