Our firm has successfully represented thousands of clients with Social Security disability claims. One that made us especially proud involved 23 year old Kacey Long. Of course I wouldn’t normally mention a client by name, but Kacey is on a crusade to educate other women who may be considering breast implants.
Kacey had breast implant surgery in 2001. Almost immediately after the surgery her health began to decline, and eventually reached the point where she could barely walk. Kacey was diagnosed with several impairments, including rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Kacey had her implants removed in 2003, but is still fighting to regain her health. She is determined to warn other women of the dangers associated with breast implants, and has been on a nationwide campus speaking tour. Kacey’s story has received media attention from many sources, including The Washington Post, USA Today, Good Morning America, and MTV. Visit Kacey’s Web site to learn more about her.
We wish Kacey all the best in her attempt to regain full health, and in her efforts to educate other women about the risks of breast implants. Her Social Security disability case shows that a person of any age can be found to be disabled.