What is the Social Security disability hearing like?
The Social Security disability hearing is an informal process. The only formal aspect is that you will be sworn in to provide testimony as to your disabling conditions. The hearing itself is in an office-type room with a judge, court reporter, vocational expert, your attorney and yourself. It is closed to all outside viewers for your privacy.
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