Representing You During Your Hearing
If the Social Security Administration has denied your claim for Social Security Disability benefits at initial application and at reconsideration, the next stage of the process is to appeal your claim to an administrative law judge to review your application and make a ruling. At Abromson & Carey, Attorneys at Law, in Newark, New Jersey, we represent injured people in an administrative law judge (ALJ) hearing concerning denied SSDI benefits. To learn more about filing an appeal with an ALJ, contact us for a free initial consultation.
You must act quickly in requesting an ALJ hearing after you receive a letter denying your Social Security benefits claim. There are stringent requirements that you must adhere to in order to receive SSDI benefits. We have been representing injured people throughout New Jersey for over 35 years.
It is not wise to represent yourself without the aid of an experienced lawyer. An ALJ hearing is your opportunity to have an objective party review your matter. This may be one of the few chances where you are able to provide testimony concerning your disability and your need for benefits.
Not every lawyer is capable of representing a client at an ALJ hearing. Over the years, we have prided ourselves on our ability to work with administrative law judges successfully. We know what they are looking for and what arguments to make. We understand your financial troubles and the need to resolve disputes promptly. It is imperative that you speak with us immediately.
Let Us Review Your Case
If your social security disability benefits or your supplemental social security benefits claim has been denied and you seek to have it reviewed during an ALJ hearing, contact Abromson & Carey, Attorneys at Law online for a free initial consultation or call us at 877-673-9993. We represent people throughout New Jersey in disputed SSDI claims.