Hearings with a Judge

Utah Disability Hearings Lawyer

If you are preparing to face a judge in your Social Security disability or appeals hearing, you may feel intimidated, and with good reason. Few of us relish the prospect of having to stand before a judge. But you don't have to do it alone. If you live in Salt Lake City or anywhere in Utah, you have a legal team ready to support you through your entire process of obtaining Social Security disability insurance benefits.

At Utah Disability, P.C., we apply over 40 years of experience handling Social Security disability (SSD) cases to our current practice. We invite you to contact us to schedule a no-obligation, free initial consultation.

Helping Clients Prepare

  • Attorney David W. Parker and Benjamin A. Johnston personally handles disability hearings and requests for reconsideration, meeting with clients beforehand to make sure that all components of the hearing are in order and complete. We prepare clients on the types of questions that might be asked of them. When you go to see the judge for your disability hearing, you will be prepared.
  • We invite our clients to watch an informative video that describes the process and clarifies every aspect of the occasion so that there are no surprises on the day of their appearance.

Applying Our Experience
  • In our 40 years of experience, our firm has learned that those who go to a SSD hearing armed with legal support stand a much better chance of obtaining a favorable decision.
  • It generally takes 400 days to get a disability hearing date. During the waiting period, our firm is in continuous contact with our clients, contacting them every two months to inform them of the progress of their cases.

Don’t let discouragement or physical pain get in the way of getting the Social Security disability benefits you are entitled to. Contact the Law Office of Utah Disability, P.C. — we have earned a reputation for success by effectively pursuing claims on behalf of those we serve. Contact us today for a free initial consultation. Call us at 801-328-5600.