Appealing A Claim Denial: ALJ Hearings

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) appeals are extremely complex, but if your claim is denied, it doesn't mean that your case stops there. You can seek advice from an attorney to determine whether you have a strong appeals case.

When you come to Gesmer & Reynolds, P.C., you can turn to our firm for advice, support and guidance. Our lawyers handle a broad range of SSDI claims, including administrative law judge (ALJ) hearings and appeals, disability determination services, disability hearings and more. We are thorough in how we prepare our cases and aggressive when fighting to get positive results on our clients' behalf.

The Process Of Preparing For A Hearing

The process of preparing for an ALJ hearing is lengthy. To be effective at the disability hearing, your attorney must be able to effectively use medical evidence, present evidence before a judge, have all necessary paperwork completed and more. We are ready and willing to do whatever is necessary to protect our clients' rights.

Likewise, appeals are complex and require the attention of a skilled attorney. There are strict deadlines, and failing to meet the deadlines could be detrimental to your case. At Gesmer & Reynolds, P.C., we handle first-level appeals and are highly familiar with the legal process of preparing an appeal.

Schedule Your First Appointment

Please contact us to schedule your first appointment by calling 815-216-9471 or by completing a contact form online. Our firm is in Rockford, Illinois, and we accept cases throughout the surrounding area.