After waiting as long as two years or more for your hearing, you are finally scheduled to appear before a Social Security disability judge to present your case for disability benefits. Your hearing will last around 45 minutes so every minute counts.
Should you assume that the judge has read through every page of your medical record? Will the judge be asking you to recall the dates you underwent certain diagnostic tests? Do you need to know the details behind the diagnoses you have been given?
My guest in this episode is attorney Holly Booksh, an experienced Social Security disability attorney practicing in Johnson City, Tennessee. Holly has put a great deal of thought into how she prepares her clients for hearings and she shares her insight with us.
As you will learn, Holly starts her hearing preparation as soon as she is retained. She knows what type of information that judges need to understand your impairments in terms of your work capacity, and she teaches her clients how to think about and express themselves clearly and accurately.
Holly’s insight about hearing preparation has been helpful to me and you will benefit from her expertise as well.
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