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Have spinal stenosis. Taking painkillers. Will I be entitled to disability allowance?

I was diagnosed with spinal stenosis 6 yrs ago, most days I m in severe pain, I m on strong pain killers daily,I would love to get back out to work but with this condition it s just impossible,it also affects my bladder and bowel control when the pain is at it s worse.My husband works but we are struggling finationaly and I was wondering would I be in titled to disability living allowane
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Disability insurance has a mi rad of regulations and rules that are outside scope of most physicians. Physicians are only responsible to document the ailment and then whether that affects your ability to do your job - any restrictions.. Whether that is enough to get disability insurance, yo need to speak to your HR department or a lawyer that specializes in this field.
Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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