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Administrative Law Hearing: Testimony About Postural Limitations

  • Published: October 25, 2012

The majority of Social Security disability claims proceed to the administrative law hearing level, where the judge will have an opportunity to ask the claimants endless questions about their disability and how it prevents them from being gainfully employed.  With the help of an Ocala disability attorney, you will attend your hearing ready to answer any question the administrative law judge may ask.

Questions Asked

If you hire an Ocala disability attorney who is experienced in filing Social Security disability claims for individuals suffering from postural limitations, he will help you prepare for the various questions the administrative law judge may ask. These questions include:

Can you alternate sitting with standing?

Is it necessary for you to alternate periods of sitting with periods of walking?

  • Do you have any problems with standing?
  • How long can you stand?
  • What positions can you stand in?
  • What happens if you try to stand too long?
  • What are some examples of standing limitations?
  • Do you have any problems with walking?
  • How long/how far can you walk?
  • What happens if you try to walk too far?
  • Do you have any problems keeping your balance on a slippery or moving surface?
  • What are some examples of your walking limitations?

Let Us Help You

For more information about what questions an administrative law judge will ask you during your hearing, call the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC to schedule a complimentary consultation with an Ocala disability attorney.

Claudeth Henry

Attorney Henry is a Florida disability lawyer uniquely suited to
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