Hi . . . I believe on another post you mentioned that you used Scott Davis as your disability attorney. How did you find working with him? I tried to e-mail him but haven't heard back so just called his office. I paid into LTD with my company and am wondering if he does Social Security as well as cases with companies. I think I also read that he takes the cases on contingency and there is a cap for fees for Social Security cases. My husband has a friend who is an attorney who was willing to take my case, but he is not a disability or CFS expert and after much research I think I need someone who really knows this issue inside and out. I have CFS, not Fibro. I am worried about the Social Security 1999 ruling because they want a positive EBV Titer (mine was negative) and they want a failed Tilt Table Test (my doctor does not want me to take a tilt table test . . . he says it won't prove anything, will make me sicker & with my severe hypersensitivity I won't be able to tolerate the adrenaline) Anyway, was just curious how your experience with him was . . . did he ask you to keep a specific symptom journal? Any info you can give would be great! Love, Terri p.s. Just saw your post on your husband. My husband refuses to speak or hear of my illness at all at this point. I have been sick for 19 months after surgery, lost my career job and 2/3 of our income . . . no disability & health insurance COBRA running out soon! I understand it is difficult for them also, but I wish they could be a team with us vs. making things even worse!