Note where he said "at 9:15 for SSDI" - SSDI = Social Security Disability Insurance/Income, I forget which word they use. (and I'm on it!)Legal trouble??
Sometimes it seems that Social Security Disability applications are rejected simply because they exist. In 1990s I had to appeal and at the hearing the government's own doctor witness wondered why my application had been rejected the first time; that was a behavior I sure didn't expect!You have the right to appeal any decision Social Security makes on whether you are entitled to Social Security benefits or are eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments. If we determine that you no longer meet the requirements for Social Security or SSI or find that you are overpaid, you have the right to request review of our decision.
The first step in the appeals process is called a reconsideration determination. You will receive a new decision by someone who had no part in the first decision. We will send you a letter explaining how we made the decision.
If you disagree with this decision, you have the right to a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). If you disagree with the decision of the ALJ, you may file a request for review with the Appeals Council.
Did you complain to the firm that the guy was 90 minutes late to the hearing and that the judge was not happy about it? You are paying these people to represent you and they did a poor job of it.Last I heard from them was that idiot young guy that was an 1-1/2 hours late for the hearing.
Said I had a good chance because of my age, nothing since.
I used to like that show when we had it down here for a while.To quote Red Green, "I'm pullin' for ya, we're all in this together".