How long does the administrative law judge have to set a disability hearing date?
An administrative law judge does not have a set time to set your disability hearing date. To give you an example, in Tampa, over the past 20 years a hearing date has been set as soon as six months but as late as two and a half years. There are, however, other modes and means to try to receive a hearing date sooner and expedite the process. The best way to go about receiving this information is to consult a disability attorney who practices in this area.
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