If you believe you are disabled because of shortness of breath contact a Charlotte Social Security attorney at Bridgman Law Offices at (888) 632-9912.
Social Security Disability Hearing: Testimony Regarding Shortness of Breath
If a medical condition of shortness of breath is preventing you from being gainfully employed, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. If your application process has proceeded to the hearing level, your testimony will be reflective of whether you are awarded disability benefits.
Your Charlotte Social Security disability attorney will prepare you to give the details the administrative law judge is looking for with regards to your condition and how it prevents you from being employed.
Sample Questions Regarding Shortness of Breath
– What brings on shortness of breath?
– Describe how it feels when you are short of breath.
– How many pillows do you use when you sleep?
– How many stairs can you climb before you become short of breath and have to stop?
– How fast do you walk?
– How far can you walk before you become short of breath and have to stop?
– Are you bothered by dust, fumes, gases? If so, to what degree do you need to be in a clean environment?
– How often do you wheeze?
– How often do you have lung infections?
– How often do you have acute episodes of breathing problems?
– How often would you miss work because of your breathing problems?
– If you were at work, would you need to take unscheduled breaks? If so, do you expect that this would occur daily, weekly, several times per month? Would you need to sit down or recline?
If you believe you are disabled because of a medical condition of shortness of breath and would like help with your Social Security disability case, contact a Charlotte Social Security attorney at Bridgman Law Offices, PLLC today.