SSDI Hearing Preparation: Practice Answering Questions About Your Physical Capacity


Social Security disability judges always ask claimants to describe their capacity to perform various activities. In cases involving physical impairment, every claimant will be asked about his capacity to sit, stand, walk and engage in postural activities.

Claimants and their attorneys should not be blindsided by these questions and should practice days or weeks prior to the actual hearing. In this article I describe how I help my disability clients prepare for their hearings.

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