Are ALJs Pressured Into Quotas or Other Non Claimant Friendly Goals? Approximately 64 percent of applicants for disability benefits have their initial application denied. To pursue their claim, applicants who have been denied must present their case to an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) at a disability hearing. As of October 2009, 722,822 people in the [...]
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