Providing Experienced Representation In Disability Appeals Hearings
If the Social Security Administration has denied your initial application for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits and your subsequent request for reconsideration, the next step in the process is a hearing before an administrative law judge.
During these disability appeals hearings, you are allowed to have an attorney with you. In the Fresno, California, region, there is no better choice than the Law Offices of Gary J. Hill. Led by founding attorney Gary Hill, a Central Valley native, Gary can provide you with the experienced, effective guidance you need to secure your SSD benefits.
The Benefits Of Working With Gary Hill For Your Hearing
In your disability hearing, you will go before an administrative law judge, who will review your claim, and may even question you. You are allowed to submit supporting statements from your doctor and vocational experts if necessary.
By putting your trust in Gary Hill for help with your hearing, you will be working with a lawyer who:
- Will work with your doctor to make sure all supporting medical evidence is properly documented
- Can organize all of your supporting evidence into a strong claim so that the judge has all of the necessary evidence
- Can prepare you for your hearing, including knowing how to respond to a judge’s questions and how to accurately describe your condition and its limitations
With more than 35 years of legal experience in disability law, you can have peace of mind knowing you are being represented by someone who knows how to get positive results in these matters. A former staff lawyer with the Social Security Administration, Gary Hill is familiar with what the government is looking for in a successful claim.
To learn more about how we can help you thoroughly prepare for a disability hearing and then provide you skilled representation in the hearing, contact the Law Offices of Gary J. Hill today, either online or by calling 559-442-4455 to schedule a free consultation. You will not owe us anything if we cannot recover compensation for you.