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Questioning at the Hearing

On Behalf of | Oct 6, 2014 | Social Security Disability

Most administrative law judges want to know your name, address, age, education, work experience, impairments, physical and mental limitations, daily activities and your understanding about your medical care. In most cases, your description of your daily activities and the way they are limited because of your disabling conditions is the most important testimony given. Practical examples of these types of limitations are powerful, and you may want to write some down to share with your attorney prior to the hearing.


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