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What is an Administrative Law Judge?

Most people are denied two times when they apply for Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).  They can then appeal, and request a hearing before an administrative law judge, or ALJ.

These are employees of the Social Security Administration.  They are attorneys.  They have productions requirements for the decisions they must turn out.  They often make mistakes, and sometimes even mischaracterize the evidence before them.  Luckily, their decisions can be appealed. 

It is important to have an attorney who understands Social Security law to represent you at a hearing before a Social Security ALJ.  If you have a hearing on your Social Security or SSI case, contact Glen Cook at 801-261-0674 for a free case evaluation.  We do not charge you a fee unless you receive benefits.