If your claim has been denied twice, you will likely be called to appear at a Social Security disability hearing before an administrative law judge. This is one instance in the process when Ocala disability attorneys can prove invaluable. During the hearing, so-called lay witnesses will almost certainly be called to give their account of how your disability has affected your life. These witnesses are generally selected from those individuals who are very close to you.
Ocala disability attorneys can help discern which lay witnesses will best support your case. Usually just a select few witnesses are called. Among the questions that might be asked of them are:
Note that the witness will likely be asked to provide examples to support their opinion.
Ocala disability attorneys may be very helpful in your quest to gain approval for your SSD application. If you become disabled, call the Law Offices of CJ Henry at (352) 304-5300.