Indianapolis Social Security Lawyer Scott D. Lewis often finds it helpful to write a hearing brief in preparation for an upcoming Indiana Social Security disability hearing. A hearing brief can serve as a theory of the case and provide a framework for how your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) case may be argued. Attorney Scott Lewis believes there are many advantages to submitting a brief before a hearing, and these may include:
The above are just a few reasons a hearing brief may be beneficial in being awarded Social Security disability benefits. It should be noted all Administrative Law Judges handle Social Security cases differently and the submission of a hearing brief may not have an impact on your Indiana Social Security disability claim. It has been the experience of Indianapolis Social Security disability attorney Scott D. Lewis that a well written brief can help him in the formulation of a well thought out consistent theory of your Social Security disability claim. Indianapolis disability attorney Scott Lewis on many occasions has had an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) thank him for enclosing a hearing brief in the exhibit list.