Have a Hearing?

If you’re going before an Administrative Law Judge to try to obtain disability benefits, our advocates will work hard for you by navigating the complexities of the hearing process. Our team provides an advantage over what other firms lack. Our experts include a retired administrative judge, consultant, and a former social security vocational disability expert.

The Appeals Process

When your Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income application has been denied twice—the initial application and the follow-up request for reconsideration—it’s time to request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). The ALJ works for the Social Security Administration and makes decisions on disability claims at the hearings level.

It’s critical at this stage of the appeals process to have a disability advocate at your side who can help you get the results you want. That’s because, if you are denied your benefits at the hearing, the next step is to go before the Appeals Council, where only about 2-3% of appeals applicants will win. From there, you’ll then need to file a case with the federal district court, an expensive and time-consuming process that you don’t want to get mired in.

Whether you’re filing an appeal request or already have a date set to go before the ALJ, contact the Disability Experts of Florida. We know that preparing for this big day can take a lot out of you, especially when you’re dealing with a disability, so our team of experts will take care of all of the following:

  • Filling out all necessary paperwork and applications
  • Following all required timelines and procedures
  • Obtaining all necessary medical paperwork
  • Representing you at a hearing before an ALJ
  • Providing you a practice hearing session
  • Cutting through government red tape
  • Potentially expediting the process

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