The Administrative Law Judge is key to your Social Security Disability case.

For the most part, the Judge controls your fate. You may appeal if denied, however, your chances of winning on appeal are very low.

Whether the Judge is nice or not does not matter.

She is looking for certain things to help her decide your case.

Such as what does your doctor say about your symptoms, restrictions, and limitations.

What kind of work you did in the past 15 years.

What is your age?

What is your education?

What you do each day?

The Administrative Law Judge must decide what type of work you can perform.

The other thing is that you are stuck with the Judge you are assigned. There is no Judge shopping.

The best thing you can do is be ready for the type of questions the Judge will ask.

Questions about what the Social Security Judge will ask you at your hearing? Feel free to call Illinois Social Security Disability Lawyer Dirk May at 309-827-4371.