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Loveland Social Security Disability Attorney
Loveland Social Security Disability Attorney
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Social Security Disability Practice Areas
Filing an SSDI Claim
ALJ Hearings
Appeals Council
Applying for Disability Benefits
Back & Neck Pain / Spinal Injuries
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Denied Social Security Claims
Depression, Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder
Dire Need Cases
Disability Programs Types of Disability Benefits
Disability Terms and Definitions
Expediting Your Hearing
Federal Court Appeals
Fibromyalgia
Initial Determination
Joint Pain / Orthopedic Injuries
Multiple Sclerosis
Reconsideration
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus & Lyme Disease
Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits
Social Security Disability Process & Timeline
SSD Benefits for Dependents
SSD When You Are 50 or Older
SSD Widows & Widowers Benefits
SSI Benefits for Children
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
The Appeals Process
The Disability Evaluation Process
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Loveland ALJ Hearing Attorney

Social Security Benefit Appeals Hearing

After a claimant applying for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits has been denied their initial claim, the next step is to request a hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ). An administrative law judge can hear your case, engage in a review of all medical records and doctors' statements, and come to a final decision on your benefits status. To be prepared for your ALJ hearing, you need to hire a Loveland Social Security Disability attorney from our firm to help you argue your case.

Once you have been denied at the initial determination stage of applying for disability benefits, it can be concerning to have to request a hearing. In these cases, time is of the essence, so you must act quickly. After receiving notification of your denial, you have 60 days to file a request for an ALJ hearing. All requests must be submitted in writing. At the hearing, you may be questioned, as well as any witnesses you bring. It is important to work with your attorney to be prepared for the line of questioning that may occur. An ALJ hearing is similar to any hearing in a court. After presenting your evidence you may be cross-examined by the representative from the Social Security Administration (SSA) who is there to argue against you. Similarly, you and your attorney can have the chance to cross-examine any witnesses that have been brought in to testify against you.

ALJ Hearings Lawyer in Loveland

At Busch Law Offices, attorneys Matt and Brett Busch have over 30 years of combined experience helping their clients with their Social Security Disability cases, as well as their workers' compensation claims. We are advocates of the employees, the individuals who have worked hard throughout their lives and just want the compensation they deserve. We never represent the large corporations or insurance companies. We can help get you ready for your ALJ hearing, and could look for more supporting evidence, in order to give you the best opportunity for securing the benefits you need and deserve from Social Security.

Contact a Loveland ALJ hearing attorney from our firm today if you have been denied your Social Security Disability benefits and are considering filing a request for an ALJ hearing.