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:

Keeping a Symptom Diary to Assist in Obtaining Disability Benefits

Posted in Appeal

As an experienced Florida Social Security disability lawyer, I suggest that you keep at least one symptom diary to assist you in obtaining disability benefits in Florida. What is a symptom diary? A ...

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Residual Functional Capacity and Mental Disorders

Posted in Disability Claims

If you apply for Social Security disability benefits because of a mental impairment, the Social Security Administration will evaluate your mental “residual functional capacity” (RFC). Mental RFC ...

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

Posted in Disability Claims

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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Questions to Expect at Your Disability Hearing If Sitting Is a Problem

Posted in Appeal

You can appeal the denial of your application for Social Security disability benefits at an Administrative Hearing. During the Administrative Hearing, you will testify under oath before an Administrat...

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Testifying About Fatigue at an Administrative Hearing

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If you received a Social Security disability claim denial, you can appeal the denial at a disability hearing. During a Social Security disability hearing, you will testify before an Administrative Law...

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Testifying About Shortness of Breath at an Administrative Hearing

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If you suffer from shortness of breath, it is important to describe this condition accurately to an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) during your Social Security disability hearing. During the disability...

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Testifying About Your Work Experience at an Administrative Hearing

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In a Social Security disability hearing, the Administrative Law Judge, ALJ, or your Ocala disability lawyer will ask you questions related to your past work experience to determine what kind of work y...

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People Present During an Administrative Hearing

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An Administrative Hearing for a disability benefit appeal is a private hearing. An Administrative Law Judge, or ALJ, oversees an Administrative Hearing and will be present in addition to a judge’s a...

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Problems With Video Hearings

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If you receive an unfavorable decision from the Social Security Administration, or SSA, regarding your disability benefit application, you can appeal the decision by requesting an Administrative Heari...

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Video Hearings

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If you have a medical condition that impacts your ability to work, you may be eligible to receive disability benefits. The Social Security Administration, or SSA, denies the majority of disability app...

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