Disability Hearings

At Tillman & Associates in Atlanta, Georgia, we assist people with disabilities at all stages of the Social Security Disability process, including at hearings.

Up to the hearing level, applications for disability benefits are generally reviewed by people without specific knowledge of the laws governing Social Security. The administrative law judge (ALJ) will know the relevant laws and apply them to make a determination.

At the hearing, the ALJ will review your medical evidence and ask you certain questions about your disability and your ability to work. Our work starts long before your hearing. We will help you develop a strong medical case for your disability. We will also prepare you thoroughly so you can present yourself with confidence and the judge can get a fair and accurate picture of your situation.

Put Our 35 Years Of Success To Work For You

A Social Security hearing is your best chance of securing benefits. It is vital to work with an attorney who has had success at similar hearings. Our lawyers know how to prepare you for your hearing and present your case in a compelling way. We take the time to get to know our clients and fully understand their claims so we can represent them rigorously at the hearing stage.

Our lead attorney, Burt Tillman, has been practicing law for more than 35 years. He has helped ill, injured and disabled individuals all over Georgia protect their interests and secure the benefits they need and deserve. Let our firm help you.

Make The Right Call — 404-692-7428

If your disability application has been denied, you have 60 days to respond and request a hearing or appeal. Use that time wisely — call our experienced lawyers who can review your application, develop your file and set you up for success.

To learn more and arrange a consultation, send us an email or call 404-692-7428 or 800-743-3994 toll free.

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