Disability Hearing Attorney in Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City Social Security Disability Lawyer
The process of seeking Social Security Disability benefits can be discouraging,
to say the least. Approximately 70% of initial claims are denied, and initial
appeals for reconsideration are commonly denied as well. The next step will be
a disability hearing, the next step in
the appeals process that involves a hearing with an Administrative Law Judge at the Office
of Disability Adjudication and Review. This hearing may be the first and
only time that you will get to go face-to-face with the decision maker
in your Social Security Disability claim.
A disability hearing will be one of your last opportunities to seek approval
for your benefits. For this reason, do not hesitate to involve an
Oklahoma City Social Security Disability Lawyer at our law offices to help with your case. We can assist you in filing
the appeal to request a hearing, can fully prepare your case and medical
records for the hearing and can then represent you in front of the Administrative
Law Judge to ensure your case is properly presented and your interests
Preparing for Your Disability Hearing
It is important to know what to expect with a disability hearing in the
Oklahoma City area. With more than 40 years of legal experience, we have
a thorough knowledge of this process and can prepare you for your hearing.
Although the Judge will have already seen medical records, he or she may
ask you direct questions about your disability and the daily limitations
and obstacles you face. The Judge may also bring in doctors and vocational
experts to provide information about your medical condition and how it
impacts your ability to work.
We can help prepare you for the types of questions the Judge may ask and
how to respond. Your attorney can also cross-examine any doctor or vocational
expert brought in by the government if their evaluation of your medical
condition or abilities is improper.
Contact an Oklahoma City Disability Hearing Attorney at our law firm today to talk about how we can help with your case.