What shouldn’t you do at your Social Security hearing?

The main reason the Social Security Administration conducts a hearing is so the Administrative Law Judge can look at the client and evaluate their credibility and demeanor.

At the hearing, don’t roll your eyes, don’t exaggerate your symptoms or disability (especially your pain level) and answer the questions directly and to the point. Always answer the question that you are asked. For example, if you are 55 and the judge asks your age. Tell him that you are 55, NOT that you will be in 56 in December.

If you have any other questions about your benefits, please call us now for free consultation and let us help you get through the task of getting the benefits you deserve.

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