Hiring An Attorney Is Your Best Option For An SSDI Hearing
Having a qualified attorney by your side can be valuable at any point during the application process for SSDI benefits. It can be most helpful, however, if your claim has been denied and you need to appeal for a hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ).
At The Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur, our attorney is experienced and compassionate guide for people who are unable to work because of a serious disability. We are also zealous advocates in appeal proceedings. We know that the stakes are high for our clients who depend on SSDI benefits to provide for their medical care and other expenses. This is what drives us to do everything possible to help our clients when they need help most.
Attorney Sheryl Gandel Mazur has worked as a staff attorney with the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review, and knows the application and appeals process firsthand. We can put this experience to work for you. Call 973-200-6629 or 609-207-7905 for a free consultation.
Representing People Throughout North And South New Jersey
In many cases, having an attorney with you during an ALJ hearing means that you and any witnesses for your case will have adequate preparation for the questions that the ALJ is likely to ask. It also means that the ALJ will not ask any improper questions, and that he or she will follow all procedural requirements for conducting a fair hearing.
At the same time, we know that many of our clients have never had to testify in a legal setting before, let alone regarding something as personal as their health and well-being. This can be an intimidating experience for anyone. We offer our compassionate guidance to ensure that the appeals process does not add to the stress of living with a serious disability.
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The Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur represents clients throughout North and South New Jersey. 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 conveniently serve people from throughout the state.