An Ocala Florida Social Security disability attorney can answer a client’s questions about their hearing.
An attorney from the Ocala Florida Social Security disability law firm will describe the room in which the hearing will be held. It is generally a typical conference room. There might be an American flag or the Social Security Administration’s seal, but little else.
There will be a conference table. A second, smaller table might be in the room for the assistant to the judge. The judge’s desk will usually be higher than the other tables in the room.
There will be recording equipment in the room. You must speak in a loud and clear voice when being questioned. When asked a question, nodding or shaking your head isn’t sufficient. If asked about the area of your body that is causing you trouble, pointing toward it isn’t enough. You must detail what the problem is aloud. Other casual responses such as “uh huh” will not be changed during transcription. Speak in a formal, but relaxed manner.
If you have questions about the hearing room and the recording equipment in a Social Security disability proceeding, call the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC at 352.304.5300 today.