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.

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may find helpful:

An Ocala Social Security Disability Law Office Attorney Discusses Treatment History

Posted in Claims

In the paragraphs below, an experienced Ocala Social Security disability law office attorney explains the importance of your treatment history. Role of Your Medical Records Medical records document ...

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Can I Receive Social Security Benefits?

Posted in Blog

Regardless of the result, a medical diagnosis alone is not enough to render you eligible for Social Security disability benefits. As long as you and your Ocala Florida Social Security disability lawye...

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Ocala Social Security Disability Lawyer Explains How Inflammatory Bowel Disease May Qualify for Disability Benefits

Posted in Benefits

Ocala Social Security disability lawyers are familiar with Social Security disability claims involving common digestive impairments such as abdominal distress, diarrhea and fecal incontinence. Some of...

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Common issues in Florida Social Security disability claims involving alcoholics and drug addicts

Posted in Disability Claims

Separating mental impairments resulting from addiction from mental impairments not caused by addiction It is particularly helpful to have an experienced disability lawyer assist you with your Florida...

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Mental limitations and your ability to adapt to new work

Posted in Disability Claims

The Social Security Administration will need to determine your mental residual functional capacity or RFC if you have a mental disorder. This involves an evaluation of the extent to which your mental ...

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Can you do other work? The Medical Vocational Guidelines and non-exertional limitations

Posted in Claims

To qualify for Florida Social Security disability benefits, you will probably need to prove to the Social Security Administration that you cannot do “past relevant work” (i.e., the easiest job you...

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

Posted in Appeal

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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Claimants under 50: Proving you cannot do sedentary work

Posted in Back Pain

Standing, walking, and sitting limitations If you are under the age of 50, you will probably need to convince the Social Security Administration that you cannot perform most sedentary jobs to win ben...

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Requirements for Your Doctor’s Opinion to Be Controlling

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If three requirements are met, the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) must give your treating doctor’s opinion controlling weight,which means he will adopt your doctor’s opinion regarding the extent o...

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What is the difference between Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)?

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The Social Security Administration manages two programs that provide benefits based on disability or blindness:  the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program and the Supplemental Security ...

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