My husband was born with high Progressive myopia retinal detachment degenerative form. On February 4th the judge dismissed his case because of a two-year Gap from when he stopped working due to his eye condition 2 when he was able to apply for disability with the help of a doctor. His attorney didn't have his treating doctor testify as to what his condition does to him daily or what he goes through daily. The disability doctor they sent him to wrote the report of her examination 100% in his favor. We have been unable to find another attorney to help us appeal this to submit evidence our testimony from his treating doctor that actually knows his condition since it is very rare. During that two-year Gap we were unable to afford to see specialist that worked with his condition and was willing to help us because our medical would not cover it. When we did try to see a low vision specialist or other opthamologist none of them were willing to put their name on any documents for disability because they didn't know about his condition too well. So did you even find a doctor to help us took a long time and quite a bit of money. I am my husband's caretaker and I have been with him for many years and I've watched his condition worsen and I see what she struggles daily with yet nobody is willing to listen or help. My husband said that the judge seem to want to award him the disability but he just couldn't make the numbers work from when he stopped working in 2014 to when he applied and 2016. We haven't received the letter yet from the courts regarding their decision but my husband is actually considered legally blind and the disability doctor said there is nothing anybody can do to help him. I just feel that if his treating doctor actually testified explain his condition and what it does to a person it would help get him approved for his disability that he deserves. I greatly appreciate any help from anyone as we are very low income and are struggling. My husband lost all hope and feels like a failure. He has many many limitations as to what he can and cannot do.