What happens behind closed doors during a Social Security Disability Hearing?

First of all, there is not a lawyer working for Social Security who is trying to stop you from getting Social Security Disability. This does not mean it will be easy to be approved for Social Security Disability.

Second, the Administrative Law Judge who works for Social Security will be asking you a lot of questions. She will be the one making the decision in your case, and she wants to know how your condition limits your activities.

Third, the Vocational Expert will provide examples of jobs he thinks you can do based on your limitations. You will need to know how to ask questions of the vocational expert that will show you cannot work those jobs.

Fourth, the Judge will most likely not make a decision the day of your hearing. She will write up a decision and send it to you in about 60 days.

More questions about what will happen at your Social Security Disability hearing? Call me, Attorney Dirk May, at 309-827-4371.