The City of Lake Worth boasts an old-Florida flavor, with much preserved architecture and historic structures and an avoidance of high-rise development. Over 37,000 residents enjoy this multi-cultural city, which is a suburb of the County seat, the City of West Palm Beach. Downtown Lake Worth has many clubs, coffee houses, restaurants and the historic Lake Worth Playhouse. The Fishing Pier is among the most scenic in all of South Florida. The historic Gulf Stream Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As a multi-ethnic city, Lake Worth boasts residents from around the world, including Guatemala and one of the largest Finnish diasporas in the world
Lake Worth Social Security Disability Lawyer and Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq., prepares cases for appeal to West Palm Beach Social Security Judges. From the perspective of the Social Security Administration, the best evidence is the most “objective” quantifiable medical evidence, such as clinical or laboratory findings or reproducible test results. Examples includes X-rays, CT scans MRI studies; blood or urine tests; pulmonary functionary tests; Doppler studies and mental status exams.
Medical evidence is stronger if expressed in the words of the person making the report and it can be read easily. It is always preferred to obtain a narrative report from a treating medical provider; but this cannot always be obtained or sometimes can be expensive. Obtaining cooperation from medical providers in preparing reports and questionnaires is crucial to winning Social Security Disability benefits for residents of Lake Worth. Lake Worth Social Security Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq. works with his clients and their medical providers, to obtain the strongest possible medical evidence available, for presentation to a Social Security Judge.
“Subjective” evidence is stronger when supported by the treating physician, especially if the Lake Worth treating physician states that the symptoms are consistent with his or her medical findings. A claimant’s inconsistent subjective evidence can be damaging to the case, especially if it contradicts medical reports. For example, if an orthopedist states that the patient cannot stand for more than five minutes, but the claimant admits to walking 15 minutes every morning, credibility will be damaged or ruined. Orthopedic cases, including joint problems; surgical joint diseases; spinal disorders; amputation and fractures, can lead to a range or restrictions and limitations. It is critical that the medical provider and the patient are “in sync” with one another. Lake Worth and West Palm Beach Social Security Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq. will review testimony before presented to the Social Security Judge.
Respiratory system impairments are often the basis for Social Security Disability claims, throughout the United States, including Lake Worth, Florida. Lake Worth Social Security Disability Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq. has successfully represented Claimants having respiratory disabilities, including chronic pulmonary insufficiency, asthma, cystic fibrosis, pneumoconiosis, bronchiectasis, mycobacterial, mycotic and other chronic persistent infections of the lung, cor pulmonale, sleep-related breathing disorders and lung transplant.
Lake Worth Social Security Attorney and Lawyer Randy Zeldin, Esq., is proud to have been of services to citizens of the City of Lake Worth for over 30 years!
The West Palm Beach law office of Randy Zeldin, Esq. is conveniently located on 1401 Forum Way, #600. Free consultations may be scheduled at 561 732-8004