In reviewing your Social Security disability claim, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will look at your ability to perform certain work-related functions. At the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC, one of our Ocala disability lawyers will review the details of your case and determine what the SSA needs in awarding you Social Security disability benefits.
List of Work-Related Functions
In evaluating your disability claim, the SSA will assess how your mental condition affects your ability to perform the following work-related functions:
- The ability to remember locations and work-related procedures
- The ability to comprehend, recollect, and execute short and simple instructions
- The ability to comprehend, recollect and execute detailed instructions
- The ability to maintain concentration for lengthy time periods
- The ability to do activities within a time frame, maintain regular attendance and be on time
- The ability to withstand an ordinary routine without special supervision
- The ability to work in synchronization with or proximity to others without being distracted by them
- The ability to make simple decisions at work
- The ability to make realistic goals or take and make plans without the need to involve others
- The ability to get along with your coworkers without distracting them or displaying behavioral extremes
- The ability to accept instructions and respond appropriately to criticism from others
- A more detailed list of functions is provided in your disability application.
Let Us Help
To successfully provide the SSA with the information it is looking for in determining how your disability limits your ability to perform work-related functions, you need to call the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC at 352.304.5300 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Ocala disability lawyers.