It is normal to be nervous about your Social Security Disability Hearing. You have waited over one year, sometimes two years and a lot is riding on the outcome of your case.

However, the hearing itself should not be overwhelming.

The only people in the room are the Judge, someone recording the hearing, the vocational expert and yourself.

There is no jury. There is no other attorney who is arguing against your case.

The most important thing to know is the questions the Judge will ask you, and what the Judge will ask the vocational expert. With this information you can prepare for the hearing, and relax.

What are those questions? Feel free to call Illinois Social Security Attorney Dirk May to talk about them, at 309-827-4371.

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