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:
The Social Security Administration’s Definition of Disability
If you cannot continue working due to a disabling physical or mental condition, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits if you meet the technical requirements and the Social
I appealed my denial. Can I get an earlier hearing date?
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Creating A My Social Security Account: Why it is Important
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Will You See an Increase in Your Social Security Benefits in 2020? A COLA or Cost-Of-Living Adjustment is in place for 2020. Since 1975, Social Security's general benefit increases have been based
Social Security Disability FAQ:
Who Qualifies for Supplemental Security Income (SSI)?
Millions of people across the country suffer from long-term physical or mental disabilities that keep them from working. Supplemental Security Income is a federal income supplement program that gives
Does SSI or Disability Help Pay for Utilities, Heating Costs, or Rent?
You can use disability benefits to pay for some of the costs you face each day. Both Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) offer cash benefits, paid
Can I Get Temporary Social Security Disability or SSI Benefits?
To qualify for Social Security Disability — including Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) — you must suffer a total impairment that lasts for a year
Do I Need a Long-Term Disability Lawyer?
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