From Saturday Boston Globe: "A former Cape Cod sheriff’s employee collecting a $67,000 annual disability pension after injuring his arm is defending a new job as a Hollywood stunt man." How badly could he have hurt his arm that he was put on permanent disability?  The article says he hurt it while breaking up a fight between inmates. What exactly happened to the arm? Obviously it wasn't paralyzed or amputated. I don't understand why we don't set a higher bar for placing someone on permanent disability. How many others are there out there like this guy, collecting disability even though they are perfectly capable of working?


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