What to Know About Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Hearings
The Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) process starts out fairly straightforward, with an initial application, but from there it gets complicated. Denials are extremely common at this stage. If your reconsideration was denied, you may need to pursue a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).
The ALJ hearing is an all-important opportunity for you to overcome an adverse decision and avoid further delays. If you don’t have a lawyer already, now is the time to get one. It’s all the more important at this critical stage in the process.
We Can Represent You
It can be daunting to appear before a judge and make your case. At the Law Offices of Daniel Berger, our lawyers can represent you and make a strong case for you at the hearing.
Since 1996, we have focused exclusively on disability law, providing valuable guidance and determined representation for people with disabilities. We understand the many nuances and details of the SSI and SSD appeals process. We also understand how frustrating it is to have your benefits denied or terminated. You can count on us to put our best foot forward in helping you secure the full benefits you deserve.
Why It Helps To Have An Attorney
Disability appeals are successful roughly half of the time in ALJ hearings. Having a lawyer increases your chances of success.
Our attorneys understand what ALJs are looking for. We can help you get the right kind of detailed, in-depth evidence needed to support your claim.