CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC

2303 East Fort King Street
Ocala, FL 34471

Call For A Free Consultation

(352) 577-7746

CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC

Your Ocala Florida Social Security Disability Lawyer on Pain Testimony

  • Published: November 5, 2013

One of the symptoms usually seen in cases involving physical impairments is the claimant’s pain. Your Ocala Florida Social Security disability lawyer will prepare you for the types of questions the judge will ask regarding the pain caused by your impairment.

The Importance of Symptom Questions

The judge will ask about your symptoms, including pain, so that he has a complete picture of your impairment and its effect on your life. It is extremely important for you to paint a clear picture for the judge by giving honest and descriptive answers.

Your Ocala Florida Disability Law Firm on General Pain Questions

The following are some examples of information the judge will want to know about your pain:

  • Nature, location, duration and severity of the pain.
  • Cause of the pain.
  • Periods of remission and their causes.
  • Limitations caused by the pain.
  • Consistency of the pain.

Other symptoms related to the pain.

Your Ocala Florida Social Security Disability Lawyer on Treatment Questions

The following are some examples of information the judge will want to know about your treatment:

  • Frequency of doctor visits.
  • Treatment regimen, including medications and side effects.

Your Ocala Florida Social Security Disability Lawyer on Restriction Questions

The following are some examples of information the judge will want to know about the restrictions caused by your pain:

  • Effect of pain on your life and daily activities.
  • Assistive devices used.
  • Effect of pain on mood and ability to work.

Your Attorney

CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC is a Ocala Florida disability law firm with attorneys available to help now as you move forward with your disability hearing. Call 352-304-5300 today.

Claudeth Henry

Attorney Henry is a Florida disability lawyer uniquely suited to
help you with your disability-related legal needs...Read More