Of course you can. But, it’s important that any witness that you bring add some value to your case. Here at Berger and Green, we feel in general, that if our clients understand what all of their symptoms are and are generally able to explain what a normal day is like for them and what they’re able to do and what they’re not able to do, that that testimony and that conversation with the Judge is far more important than a conversation with a witness. If a witness has something to add, or if we have a client who really is unable to express any of their problems or acknowledge what their problems are or what their difficulties are, then we feel that a witness is important.
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Social Security Disability Blog Posts:
Attorney Spotlight: Amanda Bonnesen
Attorney Amanda J. Bonnesen is a Social Security Disability Attorney here at the law firm of Berger and Green. She has been successfully representing individuals in Social Security Disability (SSD)
2021 Cost-of-Living Adjustment for Social Security Recipients.
A COLA or Cost-Of-Living Adjustment for Social Security disability and retirement recipients is in place for 2021. Since 1975, Social Security's general benefit increases have been based on
I appealed my denial. Can I get an earlier hearing date?
If you have applied for Social Security Disability benefits and your initial application was denied, it's normal to feel disappointed and discouraged. But you should know that the Social Security
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Social Security Disability Benefits
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a stress disorder that develops after a highly traumatic event, whether the event is physical or psychological. In the past it has also been called
Social Security Disability FAQ:
Can Social Security Check My Bank Account In Ohio?
The Social Security Administration can check your bank account in Ohio if you apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). They will require you to sign a release that allows them to check your
Should I Apply for SSD Benefits if I Have a Terminal Illness?
You should definitely apply for Social Security Disability Benefits if you have a terminal illness and you should do so right away. I know when your faced with being diagnosed with a terminal illness
How Does Marriage Affect Social Security Benefits?
How marriage affects Social Security benefits depends on the type of benefits you get. In general, getting married should not affect your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.
Social Security Disability for Depression? Do I Qualify?
Yes you can. However, you need to show that your depression is so severe and so chronic and long lasting that you will be unable to work for at least a year. Fortunately for many people with