Preparing for Your Social Security Hearing

Get Legal Counsel To Help You Make Your Case

If you have had your initial claim for Social Security benefits denied, the next step of the process, after filing a request for reconsideration, is to attend a hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ). This Social Security hearing will allow you to communicate in person to a judge who has direct impact over the final ruling on your case. Given the length of time that one can wait for a hearing and the stakes of the outcome, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side to assist you through the process.

At The Klein Law Group, P.C., we also understand how important these hearings are and how critical it is to present your case correctly and strongly. Our attorneys will prepare you for the kinds of questions you will likely be asked and help to reduce or eliminate the number of surprises that you will face at your hearing in New York.

NYC Lawyers Representing Claimants In Social Security Hearings

During your ALJ hearing, it is likely that you will be asked questions regarding your work history, the doctors and medical professionals you have seen, the treatments you are receiving and the ways in which your disabilities limit you. It is important to answer these questions honestly and thoroughly.

Our lawyers will make sure that you are prepared. In addition to advising you on likely questions, we will review your answers and advise you when any changes need to be made to completely and openly set out the truth. You need to give yourself the best opportunity at accurately presenting the case for why you deserve Social Security benefits.

Contact A New York Lawyer To Prepare For Your Hearing

For more information regarding your Social Security hearing, send an email to The Klein Law Group, P.C. by calling 917-639-5350 for a free consultation.