If you decide to hire someone to represent you at your Social Security disability hearing, you can choose either a disability attorney or a nonattorney representative. Statistics show that attorneys have higher approval rates at the hearing level.
Jody Cundy OBE
2015 NationalsDay 1I wasn’t particularly looking forward to competing in this years National Championships, mainly due to the fact that for the last 2 and a bit months I’ve been nursing an elbow injury which has restricted my training, and essentially ruled out standing starts for me, which in turn
I’ve signed this petition to revoke A50 and deal with the consequences afterwards - referendum, election, whatever. I have no idea whether these things do any good but after May’s astonishingly irresponsible speech this evening I’ll give anything a go.https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584 …
After another ride on the track in Manchester, he entered the 2005 national championships and in his first ride, broke the British record for the flying 200. Still swimming on the GB team, Jody got in contact with the Newport Velo squad who trained at the velodrome. His times caught the attention of the GB coaches, and he was invited to a time trial for a place on the 2006 Paralympic world cup team. Success there brought him a place in the team sprint alongside Darren Kenny and Mark Bristow, and they went on to set a new world record. After that race, Jody hung up his trunks and goggles for the last time and made the transition to the British Cycling team. Since then he has gone onto become the fastest solo Paralympian on a bike and won multiple medals on the world stage and became one of only a handful of athletes that have become Paralympic champion in two different sports.
Sarah Storey & Jody Cundy included in GB Para-cycling squad
Squad: James Ball, Steve Bate, Jon Allan Butterworth, Jody Cundy, Karen Darke, Hannah Dines, Adam Duggleby, Lora Fachie, Neil Fachie, Megan Giglia, Jon Gildea, Corrine Hall, Crystal Lane, Craig Maclean, Pete Mitchell, Simon Price, Louis Rolfe, Liz Saul, Helen Scott, Dave Smith, David Stone, Sarah Storey, Sophie Thornhill
Paralympics cyclist Jody Cundy has admitted he faces the biggest challenge of his career to win a place in England’s Commonwealth Games team. The 33-year-old from Wisbech, who switched to cycling from swimming, wants to compete in Glasgow in 2014. “It’s kind of shooting for the stars,” Cundy told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.