Social Security Disability Appeals Hearing in Madison

Madison resident preparing for ALJ hearing
Preparing for Your Disability Hearing

Your hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) is often the most critical stage in your appeal. This hearing is the best chance to present your evidence. It’s very important that you and your evidence are fully prepared. If you’ve received a denial letter, we strongly recommend you call our offices for help.

Wisconsin Social Security Disability attorney Don Becker and his team will:

  • Prepare your case and set your case strategy
  • Analyze your Social Security file
  • Meet with you to let you know what to expect at your hearing
  • Collect all your medical evidence from your doctors and other medical providers
  • Cross-examine any medical and vocational experts at your hearing
  • Send the judge an outline of what will be presented at your hearing

The Social Security Administration may bring in expert witnesses to provide testimony. The attorneys at Becker Law Office know how to present evidence to help your chances and to cross-examine these experts, if necessary.

Federal social security disability case in Wisconsin
The Importance of Having a Wisconsin Attorney at Your Hearing

At Becker Law Office, we aren’t like some other firms whose attorneys won’t meet with you until minutes before your hearing. We take an active role in preparing you for exactly what to expect from your hearing. You will meet with your attorney prior to the day of your hearing.

Our attorneys don’t fly in from out of state. Our attorneys live and work in Wisconsin so they’re familiar with the local judges who decide your case at your hearing. The attorneys at Becker Law Office have been appearing before the local ALJs for more than 20 years.

Call our office for help if you have a hearing scheduled and need help. We’ll start you out with a free consultation.

Get your free consultation from one of our Social Security Disability attorneys.

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