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 blog posts you
may find helpful:

What Is a Social Security Disability Hearing Like?

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If you have applied for Social Security disability benefits and been rejected, an Ocala disability attorney may be able to help you through the appeal process. This is what happens what you file an ap...

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How to Testify at a Social Security Disability Hearing: Good and Bad Days

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Sometimes claimants don’t know how to describe the severity of their impairment if they have good and bad days. Describing what your impairment is like on a bad day might feel like you’re exaggera...

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The Importance of Your Testimony

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If you are considering applying for Social Security disability benefits, an Ocala disability attorney may be able to help you.  Here is some general advice regarding what to do at your hearing before...

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Medical-Vocational Rules and Addiction

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One of the ways in which the Social Security Administration finds people to be disabled is through medical-vocational listings. The first step in doing so is figuring out what job-related tasks an app...

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What Does the Social Security Administration Mean by “Medically Determinable Impairment”?

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One of the criteria that Social Security Administration sets for being found disabled is having a “medically determinable impairment.” This term just refers to any impairment from a medical condit...

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What Does the Social Security Administration Consider a "Disability"?

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The Social Security Administration’s official definition of disability includes any impairment that (1) is “medically determinable” (that is, it results from a physical or mental abnormality and...

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The Importance of Your Testimony at Your Disability Hearing

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If you are considering applying for Social Security disability benefits, an Ocala disability attorney may be able to help you.  Here is some general advice regarding what to do at your hearing before...

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Your Testimony: Medical History

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At your disability hearing, you may not be asked any questions about your medical history at all. This is because the judge will have your file on hand, which includes your medical records, and may fe...

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What Does “Disabled” Mean?

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A very common misconception people have about Social Security disability is that if you are “disabled,” you are unable to do any job. This is absolutely false. If you think about it, being unab...

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Social Security Disability Hearings: Post-Testimony Events

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The most important thing your Ocala disability attorney will do for you is prepare you for your testimony. In the best-case scenario, you will be prepared well enough that your Ocala disability attorn...

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