Administrative Law Judges for Social Security Disability cases are randomly assigned.

You cannot tell Social Security you want a different Judge unless there is some personal conflict. Such as you know the judge or they were your lawyer at one time.

I suppose you could move out of the region, and then your case would be reassigned to a new hearing office with a new judge. Most people will not go to this extreme.

The best way to prepare is to know who the Judge is for your Social Security Disability case and how she handles the hearings.

This will give you an advantage because you will need to know what type of questions to prepare for, and what she looks for in proving your disability case.

You will also need to know how she questions vocational experts.

Questions about your Social Security Disability case, and the type of Judge you may have? Feel free to call Illinois Social Security Disability Attorney Dirk May at 1-309-827-4371.