Self-employed veteran scheduled for surgery is seeking help

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SOUTHERN UTAH — Three years ago, Ron Staggs had an accident. Although he was working 40-60 hours a week at the time of the injury, over the last 30 months his hours have dwindled down to five or 10 hours a week, if he was lucky.

“As a result of time away from work over these many months, while dealing with debilitating shoulder pain, my savings has dwindled as well. The good news is that the Veterans Administration has now approved and will cover the surgery as well as many physical therapy visits to get through rehabilitation.”

Unable to work until completing rehab, leave of course, the daily, weekly and monthly necessities needed during that time.

“I still have some savings, but believe I will come up short roughly half way through the process. I am searching for a short term personal loan of 18 – 24 months. Monthly payments could begin immediately or following rehab. Anticipating six months off of work, figures suggest, requesting $2500-3000,” Staggs said. If you call , he will answer any questions you have at 435-632-9255. Thank you for your consideration.

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