If you are not given the Social Security benefits you deserve after your initial application, you will have to take your case to an administrative law judge. At the West Caldwell and Absecon The Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur, we protect the rights of disabled individuals at their ALJ hearings. Completely dedicated to Social Security disability law, we understand how disability hearings work, and we know how to prepare you for success. Contact Sheryl Gandel Mazur today to learn more about administrative law judge hearings and how we can help you.
Dedicated To Social Security Issues & Here to Guide You through Administrative Law Judge Hearings
At the third stage of the initial process of applying for Social Security disability benefits, you will have to present your case in front of an Administrative Law Judge, or ALJ. Unlike some large corporations representing individuals at hearings, at our law office, you will be represented by experienced attorney Sheryl Gandel Mazur. You will receive personalized attention from our small, friendly staff. If you are prepared properly, you have the best chance of leaving the SSA hearing with the full extent of benefits you deserve. We will make sure you do everything you can to make your claim, including:
- Ordering records from doctors and hospitals
- Preparing file for a hearing
- Preparing client for hearing
- Preparing for medical and vocational witnesses
We also handle appeals, so if you do not get the benefits you need, we will make sure to appeal your case as quickly as possible to the Appeals Council. We represent clients throughout New Jersey and help people with all types of disabilities, including:
- Back injuries, arthritis, inflammatory arthritis/Rheumatoid arthritis
- Autoimmune disorders
- Respiratory, pulmonary and cardiac impairments
- Brain injuries
- Neurological impairments, neuropathies and MS
Call Today To Get The SSDI Help You Need
The Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur represent clients throughout North and South New Jersey facing administrative law judge hearings. Offices are open weekdays from nine to five, and your phone call will be promptly returned, to get you the answers you need. With offices in both Essex County and Atlantic County, we are able to serve people from throughout the state conveniently. Contact us today for help with Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearings.