After being denied twice by your assigned SSA Field Office, you can finally request a hearing and have the opportunity to be heard by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). The assigned ALJ is not bound by any of the earlier decisions made on the case and will make a new and impartial decision.
In Arizona, there are three Offices of Hearing Operations (OHO) that hold in-person hearings. However, in this post-COVID era, most hearings are conducted remotely by telephone or webcam.
Whether in person or remote, we will take the time to thoughtfully argue your case, prepare you for what to expect at your hearing, give you tips and pointers for your testimony, and be there to represent you on your hearing day.
We will request all your medical records, and help you collect supportive statements from your doctors and other witnesses.
We take the time to explain to our client the entire hearing process and provide helpful tips and pointers before the hearing.
We develop a persuasive theory for disability for every client and take the time to explain it clearly and accurately.