We're Ready To Take On Your Administrative Law Hearing

If Social Security benefits have been denied after reconsideration, the next stage of the process is an administrative law judge hearing.

This is the stage of the process where the lawyers at the Law Offices of Stuart Barasch thrive. Through careful preparation and by making a clear argument in front of the administrative law judge, we strive to get people Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits at this level. We have decades of experience that we offer from offices in Miami Beach, Florida, and Los Angeles, California. We help people nationwide.

Preparation Is Critical

When we talk about preparation, of course we are talking about making certain that all of the necessary paperwork and documentation is in order. We are talking about having a strategy in place before we step in front of an administrative law judge.

When we talk about preparation, we also mean preparing you for the hearing. We will guide you through the types of questions that you will be asked by the judge. We will help you prepare your testimony. We will make certain that you walk into the hearing confident that you know what is going to happen and you are well-prepared for it.

We Make One Hour Count

Social Security Disability hearings are scheduled for one hour. We take great care to make that hour count. We guide the hearing as much as we can, in particular by making certain that your testimony is clear, concise, direct and persuasive. There is no time for excess words. We want to make certain that the administrative law judge gets the necessary information.

You Only Pay Our Fees If We Get Benefits For You

In Social Security appeals cases, attorneys fees are set by statute and must be approved by the Social Security Administration. You only pay if we get benefits for you.

Let Us Know How We Can Help You

Contact the Law Offices of Stuart Barasch to schedule a free consultation about administrative law hearings or any other aspect of the Social Security process. Call our offices at 786-245-6190 or toll free at 888-309-0529, or email us your contact information.

Our staff is fluent in Spanish and Vietnamese.