the day, then SSA may find you are unable to focus for long periods of time. Now if you are suffering from extreme fatigue or depression, your residual functional capacity may indicate you are no longer to perform work on the regular basis. If you are suffering from neuropathy in your legs cause from your diabetes, and unable to walk and stand for longer periods at a time. And if you suffer blurred vision, then the RFC assessment should indicate you no longer can perform jobs due to vision is important in order for you to work.
The SSA will then determine if your RFC assessment indicates limiting enough, given you’re the jobs you had in the past, age, and your education level that prevents you from working. For instance, if your visual acuity is 20/70 or worse, it may note on the RFC assessment you are unable to work around hazardous machinery or drive. However, if you’re past jobs all required you to work around hazardous machinery or driving, and have very little education or skills could not be transfer to another job, then it is possible that SSA may find there is no work you can expect to do. Nevertheless, this is like to happen if you are 55 years old or older. Now if you are younger than 55 years old, then SSA will probably say there are plenty of unskilled jobs for you to learn and do not require you to work around hazardous machinery or drive.
Appeal Denial of Benefits
When applying for disability based on your diabetes are denied benefits the first time, and then you need to file an appeal to get a court hearing in from of an Administrative Law Judge. If you obtain a self-help Social Security Disability Appeal book, you can get your case reviewed and onto a Decision Writer’s desk for a decision, without a scheduled court hearing or Attorney. You can order the eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability Case without an Attorney” for download link for $19.99. Also, a disability Attorney can help you at the hearing level by utilizing strategies like combining multiple impairments, indicating reduce productivity and can no longer do sedentary work, and have knowledge of cross-examining the Social Security Disability’s vocational expert at the court hearing.
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