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The Commission cannot provide legal advice and is unable to accept or respond to inquiries or requests involving specific cases, disputes or matters, whether or not they are pending in any court, regulatory agency or other dispute resolution body. The Commission is not a legal services provider, and does not provide advice or services directly to any litigant, prospective litigant, or anyone having legal questions or involved in a legal dispute. If you submit, or have submitted such a request, question, or inquiry, you should not expect a response.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact:

Mark C. Rouvalis, Esquire
Access to Justice Commission, Co-Chair

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A veteran in a homeless shelter and suffering from depression, uncontrolled diabetes and chronic back pain, had been denied benefits by the Social Security Administration, which said he was not disabled.

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