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Getting Ready for Your Social Security Disability Hearing – Part VII

On Behalf of | Feb 27, 2015 | Social Security Disability

On occasion Judges will announce a decision at the hearing; however, the more common practice is for the Judge to hear the testimony, do another review of the medical evidence and send before making a final decision. The decisions are in writing and mailed to you and your attorney at the same time, usually within 60-90 days after the hearing. Once you receive the decision, call your attorney to discuss what needs to take place.


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