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Providing Details for the Administrative Law Judge

Posted on :January 7, 2016ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

attorney_imageIf you are testifying about your disability before an administrative law judge, you will need to elaborate on your good and bad days and the differences in your abilities on a given day. On good days, you might have much greater flexibility and mobility to sit, stand and walk than you do on a bad day. Your cognitive abilities might be better. The ALJ might ask you to give an estimate of what percentage of your days are good days versus the bad days. You should be prepared to give him this information. Our Los Angeles Social Security disability attorney will work with you through this process and help you prepare for court.

Your Los Angeles Social Security Disability Law Firm Advises You to Give Details 

If you provide the ALJ with specific details about your disability, they will be able to understand your limitations and symptoms. Our Los Angeles Social Security disability attorney can help you craft a clear description of your impairment. You will need to know your body and how your disability affects you and accurately present your case without exaggeration or minimization of your symptoms. You might want to talk about some of your concerns with a representative from our Los Angeles Social Security disability law firm before court.

Janna Lowenstein, a seasoned Los Angeles Social Security disability attorney, has helped many other clients construct their testimony for an ALJ. She knows what questions you will be asked in court. Call her at 800-954-7752 for help with your case today.

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