At your hearing, the judge will ask you several questions regarding your symptoms. Your disability attorney in Ocala, Florida will tell you to be prepared to estimate the frequency, duration, and intensity of these symptoms.
You must be able describe the frequency of your symptoms in detail to the judge. Your answers should not be vague or incomplete. Rather, give as much information as possible and be specific about the number of days weekly or monthly that you experience symptoms.
If your symptoms are not regular in occurrence, but severe in duration, give the judge an idea of the usual duration of your symptoms.
Again, it is most important to be detailed when describing the intensity of your symptoms to the judge. Give the judge a synopsis of a typical day and how the intensity of your pain varies throughout its entirety. One method of description your attorney may suggest is to use a scale of 1 to 10 to pinpoint the intensity of your symptoms at any given time. Obviously, it will be unlikely for your pain to be at a 10 frequently, and the judge will have a hard time believing that this is the truth.
To best prepare for your hearing, you should speak with disability attorney in Ocala, Florida about the details of your impairment and its symptoms. Call CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC today at 352-304-5300 to get started.