How Do I Get a New Social Security Disability Hearing After the Queens Judge Bias Settlement?Tuesday, June 11, 2013
If the Padro vs. Astrue Social Security Disability Class Action Bias case alleging anti-claimant bias against five individual judges in the Jamaica, Queens Hearing Office is approved, what important notifications should claimants who were unfairly denied benefits be on the watch for?
The most important letter they will receive is a letter from the Social Security Administration telling them how to Request a New Disability Hearing and Decision from a New Queens Disability Judge (ALJ). Within 60 days of receiving this letter, claimants must use the form contained in this letter to Request a New Hearing before a New and different Queens disability judge. Failure to do so within 60 days may prevent the claimant from getting a new hearing.
Once you receive this Padro v. Astrue Notification letter, you should immediately contact a Queens Social Security disability lawyer to learn your rights under the settlement. You may be entitled to “six figure cash awards” of retroactive benefits along with Medicare medical insurance. Call us TODAY toll free at 1-877-NY-DBLAW (1-877-693-2529 x123) to discuss your case.
We look forward to hearing from you. If you previously had another attorney or “Advocate” representing you when you were initially denied benefits, you may want to contact a different Queens Social Security Disability Attorney for a fresh look and second opinion.
Feel free to contact the Queens New York Social Security Disability Lawyers at Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP with offices in Forest Hills for a Free Consultation. Call us TODAY toll free at 1-877-NY-DBLAW (1-877-693-2529 x123) to discuss your case.