Those looking to apply for Social Security disability benefits must provide a medical history of incapacitation. An Ocala Social Security disability attorney may be able to help an applicant assert his or her medical history both on the benefits application and at a hearing presided over by an administrative law judge.
An applicant must be disabled for at least 12 months in order to qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Therefore, an Ocala Social Security disability lawyer will gather an applicant’s medical history and other medical information to construct a disability timeline.
A Social Security disability attorney can best do his or her job by investigating a client’s medical diagnoses and treatments. For instance, a disability lawyer may ask:
Most of the time, an applicant will not need to testify about his or her medical history because the administrative law judge will have read through the applicant’s medical records prior to the hearing.
Don’t wait to contact an Ocala Social Security disability attorney at CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC if you have a medical history of disabilities. Call now at 352-304-5300.