The Hearing Before An Administrative Law Judge

The Administrative Law Judge will decide claims at this stage. A hearing is virtually the only time in the appeal process that you get to meet in person the government official who decides the outcome of your case. I will file your appeal and go with you to the hearing, presenting additional evidence to support your SSDI or SSI disability claim.

My years of experience allow me the expertise to know what evidence is critical to a successful claim. I file your appeal, examine the facts, obtain necessary medical and vocational records and try your case before the judge. With you sitting beside me at the hearing, I fight for your rights to receive the benefits that you need and deserve.

I routinely appear before judges in the Raleigh and Fayetteville Offices of Disability Adjudication and Review. The Raleigh office holds hearings in Raleigh, Roanoke Rapids, Elizabeth City and Greenville. The Fayetteville office holds hearings in Fayetteville and New Bern.

Free Consultation

If you live in central or eastern North Carolina, please contact my office for a free consultation of your Social Security Disability claim. You can reach us online or by calling 919-805-3311 or toll free at 800-768-1330.