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What happens during an ALJ hearing?

Even though you may be eligible to receive disability benefits in Indiana, you may find that the Social Security Administration denies your initial claim or reviews your case over time and determines that you are receiving more than you deserve. However, you do not need to simply accept the decision. The SSA affirms your right to request a revision of any decision it makes that affects you and your benefits. Eventually, you may be able to request a hearing before an administrative law judge.

What happens to your benefits during the claims process?

If you are receiving social security benefits in Indiana, you will have had to have gone through a thorough process to begin receiving those benefits in the first place. If administrators recognize that you may not need to be receiving benefits anymore or there is a discrepancy in your case, they may issue you a letter notifying you of their decision to rescind your benefits. 

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