By now, most of you know that I have practiced law in and out of the office for a very long time and that I have considered myself a road warrior for most of my career. What most of you may not know is that as I got older, I developed some limitations that, in the politically correct parlance of our times, we refer to as a “disability” (no, I am not talking about my personality—that one has been around for an even longer time than my practice as a road warrior). As we get older, we all grow a bit less vital and a bit frailer. While our society has not yet reached the point of treating age formally as a disability, we have moved and continue to move in that direction.
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