As a disability lawyer and social security attorney, the CJ Henry Law Firm believes we should provide updated information to our clients. This will help them better understand the legal process involved in obtaining disability benefits. We want to keep our clients up to date about legal happenings in the field of disability insurance in Florida and other legal matters pertaining to disability.

Please read below for pertinent articles, news and other resources you
may find helpful:

Consultative Examinations (Part 2)

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Who will perform my consultative examination? (continued from Consultative Examinations (Part 1)) If you are asked to undergo a consultative examination, the state disability determination agency ...

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Social Security disability benefits for lower back pain

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Persistent low back pain brings many clients to my Ocala disability law firm. Even though chronic lower back pain can be debilitating, these cases are especially challenging. If your back problem ...

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Can I receive Social Security Disability Benefits and Unemployment Compensation for the Same Time Period?

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The answer is “maybe.” There is a conflict between the requirements for each program that can make it difficult for some claimants to receive benefits from both for the same time period. To rece...

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How Testimony from Co-Workers Can Help Prove Your Disability

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Determining whether you are able to work given your health problems is the number one issue when deciding whether to award you disability benefits. This is because disability benefits are intended to ...

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Questions About Traveling Limitations at your Social Security Disability Hearing

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During an Administrative Hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), as a claimant, you will need to answer a variety of questions related to your mental or physical condition that is at issue i...

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Consultative Examinations (Part 1)

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What is a consultation examination and why do I have to have one? If Social Security decision makers review your file and decide that they need more information about your medical condition before ma...

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Tips for Giving Video Depositions in Your Marietta Personal Injury Case

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Deposition is one of the last stages of the discovery process before your Marietta personal injury case goes to trial. During deposition, you will be required to testify under oath. This will help the...

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Testifying About Your Lifting, Carrying, and Postural Limitations at an Administrative Hearing

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The Social Security disability hearing is an opportunity for you to appear before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) with your Ocala disability lawyer, to prove that you are eligible to receive disabil...

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How Your Spouse’s Testimony Can Help Prove Your Pain to the ALJ

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Pain is subjective so it is difficult to prove to the ALJ how bad your pain really is. If pain is a significant reason why you are unable to work, your Ocala disability lawyer may ask your spouse, or ...

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The Difference Between Weak and Strong Lay Witness Testimony

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Your Ocala disability lawyer may ask lay witnesses to testify on your behalf at your Social Security disability hearing. A lay witness is a witness who is not an expert in the medical field. While not...

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