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What Happens at My Disability Hearing?

If you get an "on the record" (OTR) review but it’s denied, your case will be sent to an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearing. If you are applying for SSI and are in financial distress, we can write a “dire need” letter for you to schedule your hearing date sooner.

Across the United States, 71% of consumers hire a legal professional to attend their hearing with them. Partnering with you at your ALJ hearing, we double your chances of receiving benefits to help you avoid the need to go before the Appeals Council.

We make sure you attend your hearing prepared to succeed. We get paid only if you win. We will:

  • Write a dire need letter for you
  • Prepare you to answer questions that the judge may ask you at the hearing
  • Fill out your application properly
  • Work with you to choose witnesses to appear at the hearing and prepare the witnesses
  • Attend the hearing with you

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