What Form Could My Social Security Disability Hearing Take?

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, if you were applying for Social Security Disability benefits and you needed to go to a hearing with a disability judge because your initial application was denied, you had two options for the format of your hearing: In person at a hearing office with an administrative law judge (ALJ) At a

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What Happens in Your Prehearing Conference with Your Social Security Disability Lawyer?

Although some people get their benefits granted right away, most people who apply for Social Security Disability are denied at both the initial application and reconsideration stages.    The next step in appealing a disability benefits denial is to request a hearing before a Social Security administrative law judge (ALJ). When you have a hearing coming

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Do I Need To Call Witnesses For My Social Security Disability Hearing?

At your Social Security Disability hearing, you will get the opportunity to call witnesses to present testimony on your medical condition. Although you are entitled to call witnesses, it’s generally not necessary. The reason is simple. Unlike other types of cases where you would naturally want to call witnesses to corroborate what you are saying,

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