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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Social Security Disability or SSI Hearing? Read SSA's Own Stats to Find Out How Often Your Judge Pays Claims

Social Security Disability and SSI cases are handled by Administrative Law Judges - called "ALJs." Some ALJs pay award benefits more often than others. So, how do you know?

If your disability or SSI claim was scheduled for hearing, you can find the name of your Judge by looking at the Notice of Hearing letter. Click here to see the Social Security Administration's own statistics about how many claims your ALJ has paid or denied.

Keep in mind that Social Security's statistics also show that you are more likely to win a Social Security Disability / SSI attorney when you are represented by a knowledgeable attorney at your hearing.

Copyright (c) 2011 by John V. Tucker and Tucker & Ludin, P.A. All rights reserved. For assistance with your Long Term Disability claim, ERISA Disability benefit claim, Social Security Disability claim, or Veterans Disability compensation or pension claim, call Florida Disability Lawyer John Tucker at (866) 282-5260.

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