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:

Chronic Pain as a Basis for Social Security Disability Benefits: Part 1—Objective Evidence

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Chronic pain can be defined in a number of different ways. It can be continuous, irregular, or intense. It can be pain that cannot be eliminated by standard medical treatment, pain that persists after...

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Are you 55 or older? Proving you are disabled is a little easier

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Most applicants for Florida Social Security disability benefits must show that they can no longer perform work they had previously done and that they cannot do any other work. In determining whether a...

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How the judge analyzes whether you can do past relevant work

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Whether you are capable of performing your “past relevant work” may be an issue in your Social Security disability case.  If the answer is yes, you will not be disabled.  In general, “past rel...

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Chronic Pain as a Basis for Social Security Disability Benefits: Part 2– Intensity and Persistence

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If you have a medically determinable impairment, that is -- your medical records and doctors’ reports illustrate an underlying physical or mental impairment that could reasonably be expected to caus...

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The details really matter in your Florida Social Security disability hearing testimony

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The success of your Florida Social Security disability case may depend on how good a job your Ocala disability attorney does in preparing you to testify.  Your Ocala disability attorney must prepare ...

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Proving you cannot do sedentary work: Visual, environmental, and other limitations

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If you are not yet 50 years old, you will very likely need to convince the Social Security Administration that you can’t do most sedentary jobs in order to obtain benefits. Limitations in your abili...

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Proving you cannot do sedentary work: Mental limitations

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Social Security disability claimants under the age of 50 typically must prove that they are incapable of performing most sedentary jobs. Mental and emotional problems, either alone or in conjunction w...

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Proving you cannot do sedentary work: Manipulative limitations

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To qualify for Social Security disability benefits if you are under the age of 50, you will likely need to prove you cannot perform most sedentary jobs.  Sedentary work is the physically easiest type...

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Proving you cannot do sedentary work: Overview

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Sedentary work is the least physically demanding type of work recognized by the Social Security Administration. Most applicants for Florida Social Security disability benefits who are under the age of...

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