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Trump issued an executive order to change how Administrative Law Judges are hired

Yesterday, President Trump issued an executive order to change how Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) are hired. The Social Security Administration has more ALJs than any other federal agency. They hear and decide disability cases every day.

The Law Offices of Eric A. Shore has been successful in representing disabled Americans before ALJs at disability hearings for almost twenty years. Our firm has experience staying on top of new rules and anticipates how changes by the administration could affect our clients.

If you are no longer able to work due to a serious medical problem, we can help navigate through Social Security’s complex—and changing—process of applications, appeals, and hearings to give our client a better chance of receiving the benefits he or she deserves.

Trump Moves Administrative Law Judge Appointments Out of Competitive Service

 

Article written by Evan Jones, Managing Associate- Social Security Disability

*Attorneys at the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore handle Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims throughout the United States. Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation and other types of cases are only handled in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland.

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