Which ODAR and ALJ you are assigned to can have a huge impact on the outcome of your case.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
Marc Whitehead & Associates a national disability law firm has added to their website important information about the Social Security disability appeal process, the Offices of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) at Social Security and the disability appeal process that could help an applicant that has a case on appeal.
“Which ODAR and Administrative Law Judge you are assigned can have a huge impact on the outcome of your case,” said Attorney Marc Whitehead. “The system can be confusing, but understanding that Administrative Law Judges have different approval rates can prepare you for what you are up against.”
Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) hold hearings at Offices of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). ALJ hearings are the third step in the process and second level of appeal in the Social Security disability system. There are more than 100 ODAR hearing offices around the USA and about 1,000 ALJs conducting hearings at these offices.
In addition to information about the appeals process, what to expect and what can be done to help an appellant's case has been added to the website of Marc Whitehead & Associates. The website also includes information on the ODARs themselves and the ALJs approval/denial rates in 19 states with new cities/states being added ongoing. The public can also call (800) 562-9830 to schedule a free consultation.