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Are you nervous about your disability hearing? With the help of a skilled Texas Social Security Disability lawyer, you can start feeling calm and prepared for any question the judge throws your way. Watch this video to see Dallas SSD attorney Carl Weisbrod explain how our law firm can help you prepare for your disability hearing.In order to help prepare you for your disability hearing, we at Morgan & Weisbrod will meet with you several times. Preparation is important, and we will want to discuss questions that could be problematic for you. We can help you place emphasis on points that you really want to get across to the judge. You will have to testify and answer questions before a judge, but we will present an opening statement that tells your story and conveys the message we want to get across. Although your disability hearing will be conducted by an administrative law judge who is employed by the Social Security Administration, the judge also will be an independent decision maker.
With our help, you can feel confident going before a judge at your disability hearing. Call our knowledgeable Dallas, Texas SSDI lawyers for assistance with your disability claim today. We will provide you with a free, no-obligation evaluation and answer your legal questions. You can reach our office at (800) 800-6353, and you can check out the informative articles, frequently asked questions, and additional resources on our website.
by Paul B. Burkhalter Managing Partner of Morgan & Weisbrod, Board Certified in Social Security Disability Law.