The Padro class action provided disability claimants with new hearings if their case was denied by the five defendant Queens ALJs. I represented a 40 year old pharmaceutical territory manager whose Social Security Disability (“SSD”) was denied by one of the Padro ALJs, and succeeded in winning her case after a new hearing by a non-Padro ALJ. Although it took over a year, she will finally receive her SSD benefits, which will exceed $200,000.Previous Next
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