An Ocala Social Security disability attorney can assist you with understanding the regulations of ambulation and receiving Social Security disability.
Your Ocala Social Security disability lawyer will explain the difference between effective ambulation at your place of residence without using a cane or walker and being able to ambulate in an effective manner.
The regulations for being able to ambulate according to the Social Security Administration seem to say that you need the use of two canes or a walker for benefits. Your Ocala Social Security disability attorney will explain that this is not the case.
The musculoskeletal Listings state that a cane or crutch are not required to meet the requirements for disability. A person who is seeking benefits through an Ocala Social Security disability attorney must meet the criteria of not being able to ambulate effectively. If a person is not able to walk for a block at a normal pace over an uneven surface, the individual will likely meet the requirement for disability.
If you have questions about ambulation, assistance and the SSA regulations, an Ocala Social Security disability attorney can help. Call the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC at 352-304-5300 to discuss your case.