When you meet a repairman at the front door, does the price of the repair go up once he sees you are struggling with pain? Do they look at you and jack up the price -- knowing you want them to get in, get it done, and get out? Do they sense you don't feel like haggling? Do you think they don't do as good of a job, feeling they can get away with cutting corners? Simply put, are you paying more for being disabled?Share Your Experience
- I had my right leg broken in seven places with reconstructed knee, and crushed ankle, skin grafts, broke my left leg in five places with bone graft, and skin grafts, this was in "1983" and I drew SSD three years till I was able to go back to work, I made a good recovery and was able to do labor, and any type of work till I broke my hip in 2010 and now live with pain of arthritis, and chronic pain after a plate and 4 screws, I haven't been able to get proper medication cause of no insurance, and only getting 791.00 to live on a month from SSD, denied SSI after working 37 years of my life, I feel I was misrepresented or the government was so dead set on not giving me nothing that without knowing the details of anything I feel I was looked over as some kind of criminal,while my neighbor gets 1900.00 a month and he weighs 400 lbs and couldn't have worked as hard as I did. Anyway thanks for letting me vent some of my anger toward being ripped off by our government.
- —Guest Mark