Question: My son, George, now age 49, lives in Massachusetts. He was disabled in a mountain biking accident ten years ago which left him paralyzed from the waist down. Although he has participated in rehab programs, it would seem that the paralysis is permanent. He gets $1,072 per month from SSDI and receives Medicare and […]
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