Skilled Representation In Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Hearings
Applications for Social Security Disability benefits are often rejected early on in the process. If your claim was denied, understandably you may feel defeated. However, this is not the time to stop pursuing the disability benefits you need. You have a right to request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).
It can take a long time to get a hearing, but it’s worth the wait. People often have a better chance of securing the benefits they need at an ALJ hearing than at any other step in the process. At the law offices of Robert D. Paulbeck, Attorney at Law, we understand what you are up against while waiting for the benefits you need to make ends meet.
Helping You Get The Benefits You Deserve
Our attorney, Robert D. Paulbeck, has more than 25 years of experience fighting back against denied claims in southeast Michigan. He knows how to prepare your claim with any new medical evidence to accurately illustrate your medical condition. We take several steps to help you recover the benefits you deserve, including:
- Working with your doctor to get the documentation necessary to support your disability claim
- Preparing you for the questions you may receive at the hearing
- Representing you at your ALJ hearing
- Appealing an ALJ’s decision if your request is denied
Securing disability benefits can be a long road. We cannot make miracles happen but we can make sure your rights are not overlooked. We will be there for you throughout the process in order to help you present all of the information necessary to establish your claim.
Schedule Your Free Consultation
Our legal team will make your case a priority, while helping you navigate through the Social Security Administration’s procedures as smoothly as possible. Contact our Trenton office today by phone at 734-692-3225 or email to learn how we can protect your rights during a free initial consultation.