SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY AND
INJURIES and ILLNESSES THAT CAUSE DISABILITY
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The next step after your Social Security Disability is denied.
If you want to fight the denial, an appeal must be filed. The appeal will be heard by a judge out of the Birmingham office. You will come to the Federal Courthouse in Tuscaloosa for the hearing. There is a room set aside with two hearing rooms on the first floor near the Social Security office. The Social Security disability hearing rooms are closer to the front door than the main Social Security office. But you will have to go there because almost all Social Security Disability appeals demand a hearing before a judge. Very few Social Security Disability cases are decided without a hearing before the judge whether in Tuscaloosa or other offices.
Your Social Security disability lawyer, whether it's me, Dennis Harmon, or someone else, can file this appeal for you. In the first step with the original filing you have done, Social Security does not allow a lawyer to represent you when you start the case. We can help but we cannot speak for you. At the appeal stage, the Social Security disability lawyer can begin speaking for you and representing you. To tell you the truth, I would rather file the appeal myself so I know everything that is needed is there in Social Security's paperwork. Makes life easier down the road. Call 205-342-3622 if you are ready to appeal or want to talk about it free of charge. We can do this in person at the Tuscaloosa office or we can talk on the phone.
Once I, Dennis Harmon, have agreed to be your Social Security disability lawyer in front of the judge and have done the appeal, the office staff and I will follow you in your treatment by the doctors, hospitals, and clinics for whatever your conditions are. We will collect the records needed and submit them to Social Security so they can be available the the Social Security disability judge for the hearing in Tuscaloosa. I will represent you at that hearing. You will not go alone to the Federal Courthouse in Tuscaloosa unprepared or without a lawyer.
Call me at my Tuscaloosa office 205-342-3622 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to talk about your Social Security case in Tuscaloosa or West Alabama.
422 Paul W Bryant Dr
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401