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By Chad H on Tuesday , May 6th , 2014 in / No Comments
If you disagree with the reconsideration decision, you may ask for a hearing. The hearing will be conducted by an administrative law judge who had no part in the original decision or the reconsideration of your case.
Administrative law judges (ALJs) preside at administrative hearings in order to resolve disputes between government agencies and people affected by the decisions of those agencies. They serve in such federal agencies as the Coast Guard, the Federal Aviation Administration, and the Social Security Administration.
The hearing is usually held within 75 miles of your home. The administrative law judge will notify you of the time and place of the hearing. The average wait time for the hearing is approximately 12-18 months from the time the hearing is requested.