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An Ocala Social Security Disability Lawyer Discusses Mental Residual Functional Capacity

  • Published: August 8, 2013

Mental residual functional capacity is often a misunderstood concept when it comes to disability applications. However, your Ocala Social Security disability lawyer can explain this complex matter as well as others that may apply to your case.

An Ocala Social Security Disability Lawyer Knows What You Will Be Asked

An experienced Ocala Social Security disability lawyer knows that, if psychological factors are part of your disability application, you may be asked about your ability concerning the following issues:

  • Comprehending, remembering and executing simple tasks.
  • Recalling locations and procedures necessary for work.
  • Comprehending, recalling, and executing short, simple instructions.
  • Concentrating on a task for an appropriate amount of time (this time period might be defined as approximately two hours).
  • Keeping to a particular schedule of activities.
  • Being as punctual as possible.
  • Being able to keep your routine without extraordinary supervision.
  • Working with or close to others without getting distracted by them.
  • Working at a steady pace without an unusual number of breaks.
  • Making basic decisions.
  • Responding to questions, instructions, and criticism.
  • Adapting to changes in routine.

You may be asked about additional aspects of your psychological health, so be sure to discuss your case with a skilled Ocala Social Security disability attorney.

An Ocala Social Security Disability Attorney Can Answer Your Questions

If you would like to know more about mental residual functional capacity, talk to an Ocala Social Security disability lawyer at the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC today. Call 352-304-5300 to schedule a free initial consultation.

Claudeth Henry

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