Social Security Disability Hearings - Knoxville Attorneys

Once you have made the decision to appeal a denial of a claim for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, the next step is to prepare for a hearing. Normally, your case will be reviewed again by an administrative law judge (ALJ) at one of 169 hearing offices nationwide.

The hearing office known as the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) at 135 Circle Lane in Knoxville services the following Tennessee Social Security field offices: Knoxville, Cookeville, Jacksboro and Oak Ridge. If the Law Offices of Ogle, Elrod and Baril, PLLC, handles your administrative appeal, one of our lawyers will likely represent you in an SSD administrative hearing at 135 Circle Lane.

Your Lawyer And Legal Staff At Law Offices Of Ogle, Elrod And Baril, PLLC, Can Prepare You Well For Your Social Security Disability Hearing

Preparing for that critical meeting with an administrative law judge will involve a careful review of your medical history, your vocational history and the impact your disability has had on your ability to hold a job. With our law firm on your side, you can count on approaching this administrative hearing with confidence, as we will spend ample time explaining what to expect and educating you accordingly.

In addition to consulting with any relevant medical or vocational experts on your behalf, our attorneys may make arrangements to have one or more witnesses attend your administrative hearing. The administrative law judge may also request attendance or clear documentation of testimony by a witness or witnesses. Experts or other appropriate witnesses may testify regarding symptoms and limitations that make it difficult or impossible for you, the disability claimant, to continue working as before.

One Call Does It All | The Law Offices Of Ogle, Elrod And Baril, PLLC, Handles All Steps Of An SSD Case

From initial consultation to application to appeal (if required), the Law Offices of Ogle, Elrod and Baril, PLLC, handles it all. If we take your SSD appeals case, it will mean we believe you qualify for disability benefits. Contact us as soon as you and your doctors believe your disability will last a year or longer. We are here to help you through all phases of your SSD case, from initial application to appeal, if necessary. Call 800-888-3192 or email us to schedule a free initial consultation.