The Social Security disability hearing is the most important stage in your benefits claim process.
It’s important to be prepared for your disability hearing, so that you can give appropriate answers to the questions asked. You can expect the administrative law judge (ALJ) in charge of your hearing to ask you several questions about your medical condition.
You will be asked about your health and the medical condition from which you suffer. Expect plenty of questions about the kind of symptoms that you have, and the frequency and intensity of those symptoms. In most cases, you will be asked very specific questions about the physical and mental limitations you suffer as a result of your condition.