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What Happens at a Social Security Hearing?

Written by Ankin Law Office

If the Social Security Administration (SSA) has denied your application for disability benefits, you may request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) pursuant to 20 CFR 404.929.

At the hearing, a medical and/or vocational expert may be requested to provide information.  Because the applicant and his or her attorney have the opportunity to argue your case before the ALJ and to cross-examine any witnesses and experts, it is highly recommended that your consult with and retain a skilled Illinois social security attorney like those at Ankin Law Office, LLC.

With more than 14 years of experience as attorneys for social security disability clients, Ankin Law Office has the skill and knowledge necessary to prepare you for your social security disability hearing and to proactively advocate on your behalf at the hearing.

If your social security disability claim has been denied and you would like to request a hearing pursuant to 20 CFR 4.4.929, contact one of our Chicago social security disability attorneys to discuss how we can help you file a Request for Reconsideration and prepare you for your social security disability hearing.

How We Can Help You Prepare for Your Disability Hearing

At Ankin Law Office, LLC, our experienced Chicago disability attorneys will file the appropriate legal documents to request a hearing. If the SSA agrees to a hearing, we will prepare you for the types of questions that will be asked at your social security disability hearing, help gather the appropriate medical and vocational experts, and cross-examine the SSA’s medical and vocational experts at the hearing.

If your social security disability claim has been denied and you would like to request a hearing pursuant to 20 CFR 4.4.929, contact one of our Chicago social security disability attorneys to discuss how we can help your file a Request for Reconsideration and prepare you for your social security disability hearing.

Categories: Social Security