Residual Functional Capacity (RFC) is one of the aspects of your Social Security disability case that will be addressed in your Social Security disability hearing. Your Florida disability attorney can help you prepare.
When you are asked questions such as the following, your Florida disability attorney recommends that you base your estimated ability in an ordinary job setting—on an 8-hour, 5-day work week, over a 50-week year. You should also offer concrete examples of how your disability limits you.
Your Florida disability attorney may ask whether sitting cause problems for you. For example:
Does pain affect your ability to sit? If so, describe for your Florida disability attorney:
When you need to get up, describe for your Florida disability lawyer:
Do you need to put one leg up when sitting?
When you get up:
If you are seated for too long, what happens? Your Florida disability lawyer will tell you this might involve:
Your Florida disability attorney will also want you to explain whether difficulty with sitting caused you to restrict or sacrifice activities you enjoy.
To learn more about residual functional capacity and how it will affect your disability claim, contact a Florida disability attorney who can help. Call the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC today at 352-304-5300 to schedule a free initial consultation.