Loveland ALJ Hearing Attorneys
Maximize Your Chance for Success
If your initial claim for disability is denied, the next step would be to request an informal hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ). The ALJ will hear your case and you may present whatever medical evidence or other forms of proof you have to support your claim. They will take into account all factors of your situation so it is important to present a cohesive and comprehensive argument for your case. Our team of Loveland Social Security Disability attorneys has over three decades of combined experience with handling these types of proceedings.
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Why Use Our Services?
We know that legal services can be costly at times, but our affordable prices are more than worth it. Having a team of experienced lawyers fighting for you will greatly increase your chance of success. There are many steps to be taken throughout the process and we know the ins and outs of the legal procedures.
After you have been notified of your initial claim’s denial and the reconsideration's denial, you have 60 days to submit a request for an ALJ hearing. The ALJ hearing requests may only be submitted in writing. The ALJ may question you and whatever witnesses bring to the hearing, if you choose to do so. It is imperative to create an effective and comprehensive case strategy ahead of time so you can best present your case to the ALJ.
ALJ hearings are similar to any other legal hearings. You may be cross-examined by a representative of the Social Security Administration who will argue against your case, after you present your evidence. You will also be able to cross-examine any witnesses that may be there to testify against your case. It is important to have the assistance of experienced legal representation as our Loveland SSD attorneys have been through these types of situations countless times.
Here are several expenses you may be able to help pay off if your claim is approved:
- Lost wages
- Medical bills
- Rehabilitation fees
- Disability-related expenses
Contact us today for a complimentary case evaluation.