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This webinar will discuss what makes an effective representative in disability cases before the Social Security Administration from a former Administrative Law Judge’s perspective. The presentation will contain examples of good and bad representation that he witnessed in his career, and will give specific practice tips to enhance a representative’s success in this field of law.
Honorable David G. Hatfield, Esq.
July 30, 2019
Introduction: Who I am, past experience
Unique Judicial Process: Non-adversarial
Qualities of an effective representative in non-adversarial process:
1. Evidence Gathering
a. Video hearings
b. Scheduling hearings
4. Submitting evidence
a. Five day rule
1. Being late
2. Questioning the claimant
3. Questioning expert witnesses
2. Pre and Post hearing memoranda
3. Proposed favorable decision
4. Tips on brief and memoranda writing
IV. Requesting Appeals Council review: Dos and Don’t
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