Your Social Security disability attorney in Ocala might want you to journal your daily symptoms in order to clearly document your difficulties. Your lawyer might decide to use a journal or a calendar in court as evidence. In some cases, a daily diary can track your activities, so you can provide detailed information if you need to testify. Even if your attorney does not present the diary, the documentation will present a clear picture of your struggles as they relate to your disability and give your attorney a better understanding of your case.
Once you retain a Social Security disability lawyer in Ocala, you will meet with them for an initial appointment, so they can have a solid grasp of your case. You will need to turn over representation of your case to them through an Appointment of Representative, provided by the Social Security Administration. You will also need to sign other SSA forms and consents for the release of information from your employer and physician. Once the paperwork and releases are signed, your lawyer can then obtain all of the related documentation in order to proceed with your claim.
Our office will give you honest answers about your SSD case. If you are looking for a reputable Social Security disability lawyer in Ocala, contact the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC, at 352.304.5300.