The City of Coral Springs is one of South Florida’s aesthetic jewels, due to stringent zoning laws and lush landscaping. This beautiful location has been ranked as one of the best places to live by Money Magazine and CNN. The Coral Springs Center for the Arts hosts world class arts exhibits. More than 70,000 residents reside in this beautiful section of metropolitan Ft. Lauderdale.
Coral Springs Social Security Disability Lawyer and Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq. represents many Social Security Disability claimants residing in Coral Springs and Ft. Lauderdale.
In prosecuting a claim for Social Security Disability, Social Security Disability Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq. emphasizes that evidence from the claimant’s treating physician should be given more weight than evidence from other sources. It the treating source’s opinion, as to the nature and severity of the claimant’s impairment is well-supported by medically acceptable clinic and laboratory diagnostic techniques and is not inconsistent with other substantial evidence of record, it should be controlling. Social Security Disability Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq. works with you to gather information from treating physicians and medical providers in Coral Springs and Ft. Lauderdale.
If treating source opinions are not given controlling weight, Social Security will consider the following factors in weighing medical evidence:
- Examining relationship
- Treatment relationship
- Consistency with other evidence.
- Specialization of the physician
- Other factors.
A claimant’s subjective complaints should be consistent with the “objective” medical evidence and with the claimant’s activities of daily living (e.g. cooking, shopping, etc.). Apparent inconsistencies should be explained. Credibility issues can destroy even a strong claim. For example, a claimant may testify that he/she cannot sit for more than 5 minutes at a time. The hearing lasts 45 minutes, during which time the claimant appears to have no discomfort while sitting!
Randy Zeldin, Esq. a Social Security Disability Attorney and Lawyer represents claimants from Coral Springs, Florida. An evaluation of physical disabilities and functional limitations is a critical piece of a Social Security Disability claim.
Vision. If a person retains visual acuity to handle and work with large objects and has the visual fields necessary to avoid ordinary hazards in the workplace, will still have many opportunities to find employment in the United States national economy.
Communication. Most unskilled jobs in the national economy require standard and typical communication abilities. This would include being able to hearing and comprehend instructions and to convey data. Hearing loss is evaluated depending on the degree of impairment and the nature of the employment.
Environmental. Certain claimants can be restricted from cold (even from air conditioning), dust, fumes, noise and other environmental irritants. Allergies can sometimes prevent exposure to certain materials or substances. Certain psychiatric conditions preclude employment in hurried or stressful environments.
Coral Springs residents seeking Social Security Disability benefits are invited to contact Coral Springs Social Security Attorney, Randy Zeldin