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Law offices of Stephen Barszcz Disability Lawyer

What happens at a Social Security disability or SSI disability hearing?

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The people in the room at a social security disability hearing will be the judge, the judges assistant, the person applying for disability and perhaps their attorney, as well as maybe a vocational evaluator. The judge will review the evidence that’s been submitted and then ask questions of the applicant and the vocational rehab specialist to determine if there are jobs out there in the local and national economy that this person might be eligible to perform in.

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