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If you've been to an ALJ hearing

gar0262ggar0262 Posts: 164
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:52 AM in Health Insurance Issues
I know that there is several people on here who have already been through the SSD process. I'm looking for anyone who has been to an ALJ hearing, and if you could please tell me some of the questions, and such that were asked by the judge, or also if there was a vocational expert at your hearing (I think most of the time there is) what did they do or say at your hearing? I have my hearing in a coup;le of weeks, and am just really curious as to what to expect? I have my pretrial the Friday before the hearing, so I know my lawyer will also let me know some things, but just wanted to hear some other people's experiences.
I hope everyone is having a great day.
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