Social Security Questions

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Questions

In order for the Social Security Administration to get a better idea about how your impairments affect you, you may be asked a variety of questions related to these impairments. Here are a few questions that you may receive from yourCharlotte Social Security disability attorney.

Living Arrangements

Your Charlotte Social Security disability lawyer may ask you questions about your living arrangements to get a better idea of your life situation. Expect to hear some of these questions:

  • Do you live in an apartment, mobile home, duplex, condo or house?
  • Is your home single-story or multi-story?
  • How many rooms is the dwelling?
  • Where in the structure is your bedroom located?

Daily Activities

Your Charlotte Social Security disability attorney and the Social Security Administration will likely ask you a variety of questions related to your daily activities. For example, you may be asked:

  • What does a typical day consist of?
  • Describe your activities from the time you wake up to the time you go to sleep.
  • How has your impairment affected what you do on a daily basis?
  • Who cooks and cleans the dishes in your household?
  • Who completes the shopping?
  • Do you travel?
  • Who cleans the house?
  • Who watches your children?
  • Who performs yard work?
  • Who makes repairs to the home and car?
  • Who handles bills?
  • Do you take public transportation?

Social Activities

Your Charlotte Social Security disability attorney might ask you the following questions pertaining to your social functions:

  • How often do you visit family, friends or neighbors?
  • Do you have problems getting along with others?
  • Do you attend religious services?
  • Do you watch television or go to the movies?
  • Do you go out to eat?

• Do you participate in any hobbies?

Contact Bridgman Law Offices at (704)815-6055 to get started with your case.