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Burlington SSD Hearing Lawyers

We can help you prepare to succeed at your SSD appeal after a denial. We want our clients to feel confident at the SSD administrative hearings. We pursue this goal in a number of ways:

  • We emphasize continuity in each client’s case. You will have the opportunity in our law offices to consult with the same attorney who will accompany you to the administrative hearing. You will not have to worry about going into the hearing with a lawyer you have never met before, as happens at some law firms.
  • We clearly explain to our clients the areas of emphasis that will form the basis of their appeals in the administrative hearings. There should not be any surprise questioning, thanks to meticulous preparation.
  • We share with our clients advice based on our years of experience for succeeding with appeals. From what to wear in the hearings to what not to say, we are confident our tips can greatly improve your chances of success. We have years of experience explaining the steps in plain language to our clients.

If your Social Security Disability claim has been denied and you take it to appeal, the next step will be an administrative hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ). You may have to wait months for this hearing. You will naturally be very concerned about how the administrative hearing will go. Please assured that at the law offices of Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C., we take the time to prepare ourselves and our clients well for these hearings. We may bring additional medical reports or additional testimony to strengthen your case.

Our New Jersey Law Firm Can Represent You Well At Social Security Disability Administrative Hearings

Call us toll free at 609-589-0649 or send an email to schedule a consultation with a Burlington lawyer. One of our attorneys can visit your home or hospital room if necessary. We handle Social Security Disability appeals on a contingency fee. This means you will not owe attorney fees until you are awarded benefits.