Can I Expedite My Social Security Disability Hearing In New York?

Certain types of Social Security Disability (SSD) cases warrant expedited treatment. Before you reach the conclusion that your case qualifies to be expedited, it is worth your while to discuss the case with an experienced attorney. Although the Social Security Administration does expedite some cases, and you can apply for this, the agency is not required to consider your request for early evaluation. Succeeding at a request for expedition will largely depend on the strength of your evidence of pending hardship.

Initial consultations on SSD applications, appeals and benefits are provided with no further obligation at The Klein Law Group, P.C. There is no fee to discuss your case and how law firm might help you pursue back benefits. If you have not yet filed an application for benefits, we can advise you on ways to increase your chances of success. If you have applied and had your application denied, and you think your case should be expedited, talk to one of our lawyers. With years of experience, they know the right questions to ask, such as:

  • Is your disability a life-threatening condition?
  • Are you in danger of being evicted, in foreclosure or having your utilities shut off?
  • Are you truly in dire straits?
  • Are you at risk of being unable to pay for certain medications?
  • How strong is the evidence that your case should be expedited?

In general, it is very difficult to qualify for expedition of your SSD case, but there is no harm in reviewing your unique circumstances with an attorney. See our article on this website about conditions that may result in fast tracking of an SSD claim.

Contact One Of Our Experienced SSDI Lawyers

Ask us any questions you have related to your application or appeal in pursuit of SSD benefits, such as "Can I expedite my Social Security Disability hearing in New York?" or "How do I apply for Social Security?" For more information, contact The Klein Law Group in New York City (NYC) by calling 917-639-5350 for a free consultation.