Tampa/St. Pete disability attorney Nancy Cavey explains why you need to think carefully about how you answer “activities of daily living” questions on forms sent to you by long term disability carriers and the Social Security Administration. While researching about your medical condition may seem far different than working, as far as a LTD carrier and SSA are concerned, if you can sit for extended periods of time at a computer, you may have the capacity to work.
Nancy suggests that you seek advice from an experienced lawyer prior to answering questions about your computer skills. Learn more about Nancy and her disability practice by visiting www.caveylaw.com.