The Social Security Administrative (SSA) wants to treat all claimants, attorneys, and representatives fairly, respectfully, and equally. Above all, SSA does not want to treat anyone differently due to race, sex, age, disability, and the amount of money you have for any other reason. Consequently, in this article give you direction about filing a Social Security Disability (SSD) complaint. This is when you want to file an unfair treatment complaint concerning Social Security Disability Administrative Law Judge.
What You Should Do If You Were Treated Unfairly By an ALJ
But, if you feel any ALJ treated you unfairly, then report it to the SSA and ask them to look into the matter. Even though you do not plan to file a Social Security Disability appeal. Then you should have, your attorney or representative who is authorized to act on your behalf at the SSD hearing can file a complaint. At this point, SSA must receive the complaint within 180 days. Either the date of the incident or the date you were aware of the bad behavior. You can ask SSA to look into the unfair treatment complaint while they are making a decision on your claim for benefits.
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