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Pre Hearing review ?

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Curious I called my local congressman whole said they were putting in an inquiry due to being Permanent and Total and to they would see if they could help. This seems fairly quickly moving as fair as SSA is concerned so I'm told, is this due to someone submitting in an inquiry for me?


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This is what you want. You want to see the judge in person or by video. Just make sure you have ALL your medical records on hand at the hearing because the VA purposely left out EMGs and other reports that showed I was disabled and couldn't work. I had them with me at the hearing and turned them over as evidence. Just be ready and prepared. Don't argue with the judge and just be polite. If you are in pain, stand up, let the judge know you cannot sit all the time, if you have problems.

The ALJ is the FEDERAL level, everything before this is state levels. States deny 80% of the time and don't get me wrong it will depend on the judge you get also. Some judges are pain in the butt but others are polite and will listen to you. Just make sure you have ALL your evidence. Get everything you can. Also if you can get a NEXUS, get a specialist to examine you and is he feels you cannot work have him write a letter. See a lot of people don't know ANY doctor can actually file SSDI for you. I had a friend who had everything level in his neck fused because of a tumor. The surgeon told him do not worry about filing for SSDI as he would do that for him. And guess what one day he received the approval. Doctors have more power than any doctor the SSDI uses, who are contracts to deny patients SSDI. Think about that, how are they allowed to do this with our laws?

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Actually I checked the very next day a hearing was scheduled for December 2017. I've been told I has at least 18-24 months for Delaware that makes a five month wait for the hearing. 

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