TN 7 (09-97)

DI 33015.015 Conducting the Disability Hearing

A. Policy

1. Responsibilities

The responsibilities of the DHO include:

  • maintaining the proper pace and decorum in the hearing, and

  • using discretion and common sense to ensure that the hearing is conducted in a thorough, professional and efficient manner.

2. Claimant represented

If the claimant has a representative, the DHO allows the representative sufficient opportunity within the disability hearing format to present evidence and statements concerning the case, but the DHO controls the conduct of the proceeding.

3. Tapes

SSA's policy is that there will be no “official” tape transcript of the hearing. However, claimants or representatives cannot be precluded from taping the proceeding.

Occasionally, the DHO may also wish to make an unofficial recording of a specific hearing. Consent of the claimant/representative must be obtained prior to the recording.

NOTE: See C.2.b. below if a recording is made.

4. Guide

Form SSA-1204-BK (for disabled children (DC) under age 18) or Form SSA-1205-BK (for other cases) is the DHO's primary guide for conducting the disability hearing and should be followed regardless of whether or not the claimant is represented. These forms provide a structured format for the hearing, assist in preparing the decision, and provide the best record of what occurs at the disability hearing. (The SSA-1204-BK is exhibited at DI 33095.063. The SSA-1205-BK is exhibited at DI 33095.065.)

The DHO is not bound by the order of the questions on the form, nor is he or she restricted to those questions. The questions represent the basic information to be obtained, but follow-up questions are to be used to elicit all relevant information.

NOTE: If the hearing involves both a disabled minor child's (DMC) claim (title II), and a DC (under age 18) claim (title XVI), the SSA-1204-BK would be used as the guide for conducting the hearing.

B. Description of forms

The Forms SSA-1204-BK and SSA-1205-BK:

  1. Contain the following three parts:

    • Part I - for recording identifying information.

    • Part II - for recording background information.

    • Part III - for recording issues pertinent to the hearing decision.

  2. Ensure that all pertinent issues are addressed and avoid unnecessary repetition in the hearing.

  3. Include the opportunity for the claimant's comment and opinion at every important stage, as well as for closing statements.

C. Procedure - general

1. Before hearing begins

Before the hearing begins:

  1. Have materials ready, e.g., Summary of Evidence, claims folder, Disability Hearing Officer's Report of Disability Hearing, i.e., either the SSA-1204-BK or SSA-1205-BK, as appropriate.

  2. Enter the DHU code number in the upper right corner of the Disability Hearing Officer's Report of Disability Hearing.

2. Beginning the hearing

To begin the hearing:

a. Introduction

Make a clear introductory statement such as:

“Good morning/afternoon. My name is              . I am a disability hearing officer employed by the State of                      (Social Security Administration, if applicable). I have had no previous involvement with your case. It is my responsibility to hear the reconsideration appeals of people who have been receiving disability benefits from the Social Security Administration and who disagree with the determination that they are not now disabled. After this disability hearing, I will decide whether that decision should be changed.

“The basic purpose of the disability hearing is to give you a chance to explain why you do not agree with the decision that you are not now disabled under the Social Security Act. Disability, under Social Security, basically means that your condition prevents you from doing substantial work (results in marked and severe functional limitations for DC claims). You will have the opportunity to offer your own interpretation about the evidence already in your claims folder. You will also be able to submit any additional evidence, including your own testimony and the testimony of people who know about your medical condition. You also have the right to question any witness present.

“After the hearing is over, I will prepare a determination as to whether or not you are now disabled under the Social Security Act.” (In concurrent title II/XVI cases, make sure the claimant understands the decision will cover both titles.)

“This hearing today is not like a court hearing where more formal procedures are used. You should feel free to offer any comments or to ask any questions you might have, and to describe things in your own terms in a way that is comfortable for you.”

“I must remind you that you are required by law to provide accurate and complete information to the best of your ability.” (At this point, the DHO will raise his or her right hand in administering the oath and ask those who will be testifying at the hearing to do likewise.)

“Do you promise to tell the truth to the best of your ability?”

“I will be taking notes and completing a form as we proceed. This form will help me to prepare my determination after the hearing is over. It will also help ensure that we cover all of the questions and issues in your case in the time allotted.”

“Do you have any questions so far?”

b. Tape recording

If a tape recording is made of the hearing (see A. 3. above), the DHO must record into the record that the recording is not an official transcript of the hearing and will not become part of any official record of the proceeding.

c. 20-Day advance notice waived

If the claimant waived the 20-day advance notice of the hearing, mention the waiver in the opening statement.

d. Right to have a representative

If the claimant is unrepresented, the DHO should remind the claimant that he or she has a right to be represented, that there are groups that will provide free legal services or only charge a fee if the claimant wins his or her appeal, and that the hearing can be rescheduled if the claimant wants to obtain representation. If the claimant elects to proceed without a representative, the DHO should note on the record of the hearing that claimant was advised of his or her right to a representative, and elected to proceed without a representative.

D. Procedure - completing the SSA-1204-BK

Complete the Form SSA-1204-BK according to the instructions below.

1. Part I

Complete Part I as follows:

a. Item 1

Verify and enter the claimant's name.

Verify the claimant's address and telephone number, and enter any changes.

b. Item 2

Self-explanatory.

c. Item 3

Check DC and/or BC as appropriate.

d. Item 4

Enter the name and relationship of a parent, payee, or guardian who will be testifying on the claimant's behalf, e.g., Linda Doe, mother.

2. Part II

Complete Part II as follows:

a. Item 1

Check “Yes” or “No.” If “No” is checked, explain why the file was not reviewed.

b. Items 2-3

Self-explanatory.

c. Item 4

Enter the names of everyone present at the hearing, including the claimant's representative, if any. (If the claimant is represented, check to see whether proper documentation has been completed as shown in DI 33010.065.)

Do not repeat the name of anyone listed in Part I, item 4.

d. Item 5

Enter the month and year of the cessation as shown in item 9 of the SSA-832-U3 or SSA-833-U3. (For reconsiderations of adverse reopenings of initial claims, enter “N/A.”)

Explain that the record shows the claimant's disability was found to have ceased as of the date shown. (Modify this explanation as appropriate in adverse reopenings of initial claims.) Be sure this is the claimant's, parent's, etc., understanding as well, even though he or she does not agree with the cessation (reopening) determination.

e. Item 6

Enter the reason shown in item 11 of the SSA-832-U3 or SSA-833-U3. (For reconsiderations of adverse reopenings of initial claims, enter the “Reg-Basis Code” from item 22 of the SSA-831-U3.)

f. Item 7

Enter the date of the comparison point decision (CPD). Thoroughly explain the term CPD to everyone present at the hearing.

g. Item 8

Enter the basis code for the CPD. (This code can be found in item 22 of the SSA-831-U3 and item 12 of the SSA-832-U3 and SSA-833-U3 which was used to record the CPD.)

h. Item 9

Verify and enter the claimant's birth date, age, height, and weight.

i. Item 10

Verify the claimant's education. Complete grade, special education, and specify any other special classes as applicable to the claimant.

j. Item 11

Verify the claimant's ability to read, write, speak, and understand English at age-appropriate level.

Check “Yes” or “No.” If “No” is checked, explain why. If there are limitations, address them in Part III, Item 19.

3. Part III

When completing Part III, remember to:

  • Check to be certain the claimant, or the person testifying for the claimant, understands the basic issue to be determined as shown on the form. Explain as necessary.

  • Advise individual(s) to contact a FO if any nondisability issues arise.

  • Use the continuation sheet at the end of the SSA-1204-BK when additional space is needed to address a particular issue. When continuation sheets are used, indicate the item being continued. For example, if additional space is needed for addressing Part III, Item 1, the continuation sheet will show “III, 1 cont'd....” In addition, “(see continuation sheet)” will be shown in III, 1.

Complete Part III as follows:

a. Item 1

Enter any other issues, e.g, a new or other claim, 301, DA/A, etc.

b. Item 2

Identify and enter any additional documentary evidence submitted by the claimant and/or representative. Review any new evidence immediately after it has been submitted to determine if new issues exist and if additional development or questioning is needed.

c. Item 3

Give the claimant and/or the person testifying on his or her behalf an opportunity to discuss any disabling impairment(s) regardless of whether this information is already in the claims folder.

Include in this area not only the diagnosis(es) but a statement by the claimant, or the person testifying for the claimant, on all limitations resulting from the claimant's impairment(s). Make certain the person is discussing all impairments which limit the claimant, and include any discussion of pain or other symptoms, such as fatigue, shortness of breath, etc., and how the other symptoms impact on functioning.

Question the person testifying as to whether the claimant has any other conditions which he or she does not consider disabling, but which may have an impact on the determination.

d. Item 4

Review for the person the impairment(s) and related symptoms included in the CPD and ask him or her to describe any improvement or worsening of condition(s). Also, ask whether the claimant has any new impairment(s) and/ or symptoms.

During the part of the hearing covered by items 5 through 8 below, allow the claimant to supplement the medical information in the file. Take into account the views of the person testifying as to how all of the available medical information should be interpreted, including any explanations the claimant, or the person testifying, has to offer on conflicting evidence.

Record information regarding recent medical treatment, medical reports and possible sources of additional medical information regardless of whether or not you believe the information or reports will ultimately be used to make a determination.

See DI 33015.030 for the DHO's responsibilities in deciding how to treat information supplied by the claimant at the hearing concerning evidence or sources of evidence other than those available in the claims folder or presented at the hearing.

e. Item 5

Permit the person to comment on the evidence in the claims folder in order to provide his or her interpretations as well as to explain any conflicts which may exist in the medical evidence.

Provide assistance, without appearing to defend SSA's determination or the doctor's diagnosis, if the participants need help to understand the evidence and the significance of their own interpretation of it. If they have no comments, so indicate.

NOTE: This is a very important part of the disability hearing process because it is the first opportunity the participants have had to challenge the cessation in a face-to-face encounter with a decisionmaker.

f. Item 6

Provide a brief description of any other doctor's reports, hospitalization(s) or surgery(ies) (performed and/or recommended) that are not reflected in the claims folder.

List any doctor's report, whether by a medical source or a one-time referral, which is considered relevant. This includes:

  • information from new doctors;

  • new information from doctors with reports in the claims folder;

  • new hospitalization(s); and

  • relevant hospitalization(s) believed to be omitted.

Obtain an explanation, if any, of why such reports, hospitalizations, or surgeries indicate current disability.

Take special care with regard to a claimant who does not have legal representation. If necessary, explain to the participant(s) that his or her opinion about how such reports or other evidence indicates current disability may play an important part in the evaluation of the case.

If there is no comment, so indicate.

g. Item 7

Find out the medication, if any, the claimant is taking, including type, prescribed dosage, reason for usage, and frequency of use.

Ask the claimant or the person testifying for the claimant to explain any changes in medication since the CPD, as well as effects/results and side effects.

Cover impairment medication and pain medication.

h. Item 8

Cover other prescribed treatments/therapies (e.g., therapy, inhalants, prosthesis, counseling, etc.) since the CPD as well as effect/results of the treatments/therapies.

NOTE:  The responses to these questions will alert the DHO to the possibility that the claimant may have benefited from advances in medical therapy or technology. Under this 1996 childhood disability standard, this exception no longer applies in childhood disability claims.

i. Item 9

Provide a brief description of any other non-medical sources not shown in file (i.e., therapist, caseworkers, educational sources, etc.).

j. Items 10-16

Have the claimant or the person testifying for the claimant express his or her perceptions of the claimant's ability in terms of the areas of function/ development. Modify the questions relating to the items in this section to reflect the 1996 childhood disability standard. See DI 25201.001.

Complete items 10-16 based on the age of the claimant. In addition, the 1996 childhood disability standard slightly revised the ages for which the assessment of personal behavior is relevant to ages 3 to 18. Therefore, any questions relating to item 15 should be modified accordingly.

k. Item 17

Describe living arrangements and any changes since CPD.

NOTE: This question is to obtain the setting or type of environment in which the child functions. Does the child's physical or mental needs/ situation require certain living arrangements/accommodations (e.g., 1st floor, 24-hour supervision)?

l. Item 18

Describe how the claimant spends time during a typical day/week, and describe changes since the CPD.

NOTE: This question is to elicit quality, frequency and duration of activities that the claimant performs.

m. Item 19

Ensure that all educational sources are listed and described in terms of success or lack of success.

Describe changes since the CPD.

n. Items 20-21

Self-explanatory

Do not repeat any education which has been fully explained in other items of the SSA-1204-BK, e.g., in Part II, Item 10.

o. Item 22

Self-explanatory

NOTE:  Adolescents (age 12 to attainment of age 18) and particularly older adolescents (ages 16 to attainment of age 18) might have part-time work experience which could have the potential for demonstrating certain capabilities or deficits of ability to perform certain functions.

p. Item 23

NOTE: This section requires a narrative summary of why the witness thinks the claimant cannot work or function in an age-appropriate manner and/ or has not improved since the CPD. Of course, witness testimony should not be heard unless the claimant or the person testifying on the claimant's behalf or his or her representative is present.

Enter the name of the witness in A.1.

Enter the witness' relationship to the claimant in A.2.

Check the block at A.3 if the witness was excluded from the hearing during the claimant's testimony, or the testimony of the person testifying on behalf of the claimant.

Ask the witness upon what his or her statement(s) is based.

Complete section B. in the same manner as shown above if a second witness testifies at the hearing.

If additional space is needed or more than two witnesses testify, use a continuation sheet to record the pertinent information and/or testimony.

q. Item 24

Conclude the hearing by allowing the claimant, or the person testifying, to make a closing statement. Provide the representative the opportunity to fully present his or her views, but do not allow irrelevant or repetitious discussions. Place any new information in the appropriate space on the form with the annotation that the information was provided by the representative (e.g., daily activities, symptoms, etc.).

Answer disability-related questions about the case, and refer claimants to the FO for detailed explanations of other issues.

Remember that although a participant may expect DHOs to provide detailed rationale for the cessation or to advise him or her on whether to proceed with an appeal, the DHO must be neither an advocate for the claimant, nor the government but, rather, an impartial decisionmaker. While it is appropriate to explain terms, and to give a general explanation of disability requirements, avoid justifications or criticisms of the disability program.

Provide the participant with an approximate time frame in which he or she may expect to receive the DHO's decision. Also, advise him or her about the possibility of his or her case being randomly selected for a quality review. State that if the case is selected for a quality review (and the DHO has no way to determine if it will be), the decision will be delayed until the review has been completed.

r. Items 25-26

Complete these items based on your observations. Record any notes you believe are important and your responses to procedural or other issues raised by the representative/claimant.

Sign the form.

Provide the name of the Hearing Officer who conducted the hearing.

NOTE:  An unfavorable disability determination may not be based on observations alone. Furthermore, any observations which are inconsistent with evidence contained in the claims folder must be fully explained on the SSA-1204-BK.

E. Procedure - completing the SSA-1205-BK

Complete the Form SSA-1205-BK according to the instructions below.

1. Part I

Complete Part I as follows:

a. Item 1

Verify and enter the claimant's name.

Verify the claimant's address and telephone number, and enter any changes.

b. Items 2-3

Self-explanatory.

2. Part II

Complete Part II as follows:

a. Item 1

Check “Yes” or “No.” If “No” is checked, explain why the file was not reviewed.

b. Items 2-3

Self-explanatory.

c. Item 4

Enter the names of everyone present at the hearing, including the claimant's representative, if any. (If the claimant is represented, check to see whether proper documentation has been completed as shown in DI 33010.065.)

d. Item 5

Enter the month and year of the cessation as shown in item 9 of the SSA-832-U3 or SSA-833-U3. (For reconsiderations of adverse reopenings of initial claims, enter “N/A.”)

Explain that the record shows the claimant's disability was found to have ceased as of the date shown. (Modify this explanation, as appropriate, in adverse reopenings of initial claims.) Be sure this is the claimant's understanding as well, even though he or she does not agree with the cessation (reopening) determination.

e. Item 6

Enter the reason shown in item 11 of the SSA-832-U3 or SSA-833-U3. (For reconsideration of adverse reopenings of initial claims, enter the “Reg-Basis Code” from item 22 of the SSA-831-U3.)

f. Item 7

Enter the date of the Comparison Point Decision (CPD).

Thoroughly explain the term CPD to everyone present at the hearing.

g. Item 8

Enter the basis code for the CPD. (This code can be found in item 22 of the SSA-831-U3 and item 12 of the SSA-832-U3 and SSA-833-U3 which was used to record the CPD.)

h. Item 9

Verify and enter the claimant's birthday, age, height, weight, and education.

i. Item 10

Verify and check the appropriate blocks to show the type(s) of benefits the claimant has been receiving.

j. Item 11

Verify the claimant's ability to read, write, speak, and understand English, and check “Yes” or “No.”

If “No” is checked, explain why.

3. Part III

When completing Part III of the SSA-1205-BK, remember to:

  • Check to be certain the claimant understands the basic issue to be determined as shown on the form. Explain as necessary.

  • Advise the claimant to contact a FO if any nondisability issues arise.

  • Use the continuation sheet at the back of the SSA-1205-BK when additional space is needed to address a particular issue. When continuation sheets are used, indicate the item being continued. For example, if additional space is needed for addressing Part III, Item 1, the continuation sheet will show “III, 1 cont'd.....” In addition, “(see continuation sheet)” will be shown in III, 1.

Complete Part III as follows:

a. Item 1

Enter any other issues, e.g., a new claim, EPE, 301, DA/A, etc.

b. Item 2

Identify and enter any additional documentary evidence submitted by the claimant and/or representative.

Review any new evidence immediately after it has been submitted to determine if new issues exist and if additional development or questioning is needed.

c. Item 3

Review for the claimant the impairment(s) included in the CPD and ask him or her to describe any improvement or worsening of the condition(s). Also, question the claimant as to whether he or she has any new impairment(s).

d. Item 4

Give the claimant an opportunity to discuss any disabling impairment(s) regardless of whether this information is already in the claims folder.

Include in this area not only the diagnosis(es) but also the claimant's statement on how the impairment(s) and any related symptom(s) prevent him or her from working.

Make certain the claimant is discussing all impairments which contribute to his or her inability to work.

Question the claimant as to whether he or she has any other conditions which he or she does not consider disabling, but which may have an impact on the determination.

During the part of the hearing covered by items 5 through 8 below, allow the claimant to supplement the medical information in the file. Take into account the claimant's views as to how all of the available medical information should be interpreted, including any explanations the claimant has to offer on conflicting evidence.

Record information regarding recent medical treatment, medical reports, and possible sources of additional medical information regardless of whether or not you believe the information or reports will ultimately be used to make a determination.

See DI 33015.030 for the DHO's responsibilities in deciding how to treat information supplied by the claimant at the disability hearing concerning evidence or sources of evidence other than those available in the claims folder or presented at the disability hearing.

e. Item 5

Permit the claimant to comment on the evidence in the claims folder to provide his or her own interpretations as well as to explain any conflicts which may exist in the medical evidence.

Provide assistance, without appearing to defend SSA's determination or the doctor's diagnosis, if the claimant needs help to understand the evidence and the significance of his or her own interpretation of it. If the claimant has no comment, so indicate.

NOTE: This is a very important part of the hearing process because it is the first opportunity the claimant has had to challenge the cessation in a face-to-face encounter with a decisionmaker.

f. Item 6

Provide a brief description of any other doctor's reports, hospitalization(s) or surgery(ies) (performed and/or recommended) that are not reflected in the claims folder.

List any doctor's report, whether by a medical source or a one-time referral, which the claimant considers relevant. This includes:

  • information from new doctors;

  • new information from doctors with reports in the claims folder;

  • new hospitalization(s); and

  • relevant hospitalization(s) the claimant believes were omitted.

Obtain the claimant's explanation, if any, of why such reports, hospitalization(s), or surgery(ies) indicate current disability.

Take special care with regard to an unrepresented claimant. If necessary, explain to the claimant that his or her opinion about this or any of the evidence presented may play an important part in the evaluation of the case.

If the claimant has no comment, so indicate.

g. Item 7

Find out the medication, if any, the claimant is taking, including type, prescribed dosage, reason for usage, and frequency of use.

Ask the claimant to explain any changes in medication since the CPD, as well as effects/results and side effects.

Cover impairment and pain medications and any medication to counteract side-effects of any of the medications.

h. Item 8

Cover other prescribed treatment(s)/restriction(s) (e.g., therapy, bypass surgery, prosthesis, etc.) since the CPD.

NOTE:  The responses to these questions will alert the DHO to the possibility that the claimant may have benefited from advances in medical therapy or technology.

i. Item 9

Complete only if pain and/or other symptoms are an issue.

Elicit the claimant's own description about the effects of pain and/or other symptoms he or she is experiencing.

NOTE:  This item requires a narrative of the area(s) of the pain, what produces and aggravates the pain, frequency/duration, radiation, severity, and what relieves the pain.

Elicit any changes in pain or other symptoms since the CPD.

Include your assessment as to the credibility of this testimony in the “Observations” section, item 25 of the SSA-1205-BK. (Information about pain medication is included in Part III, Item 7.)

Reminder: Effective 3/28/16, we no longer use the term “credibility” when evaluating symptoms. See SSR 16-3(p), “Titles II and XVI: Evaluation of Symptoms in Disability Claims.”

j. Items 10-15

Obtain the claimant's responses to the self-explanatory questions in these items.

k. Item 16

Question the claimant about his or her ability to perform the functions listed in this item. Check “Yes” or “No” as appropriate, and describe any limitations.

Note any observations you have which support or do not support the claimant's responses in item 25.

l. Item 17

Question the claimant about any environmental intolerance, e.g., reactions to dust, fumes, noise, and stress inherent in job duties. Specifically question the claimant regarding any changes in environmental intolerances since the CPD.

m. Item 18

Complete only in cases involving a mental impairment.

Question the claimant on his or her ability to understand, remember, concentrate, follow instructions, relate to others, and changes in these areas since the CPD.

Note any observations you have which support or do not support the claimant's responses in item 25.

n. Items 19-22

NOTE: Do not complete this information for blindness (title XVI).

Update the vocational information in the claims folder by completing these self-explanatory items.

Complete item 22 by seeking detailed information about any education or training the claimant may have received, is receiving, or plans to receive since the CPD. Do this even if the training is at the claimant's own expense. Be sure to record training in English, writing, reading, etc., as well as training in particular job skills. Explore this issue with the claimant whether or not the information is already in the claims folder. This is necessary in order to verify information which may be very significant.

Explain any training, who provided it, the date the course was or is to be completed, and any future training contemplated. If the information is in the claims folder, the answer to item 22 can be brief.

NOTE:  A positive response to this item will alert the DHO that there is the potential need for a vocational re-examination diary to be established; that this may be a potential “301” case; or that the vocational therapy exception to medical improvement applies.

Note your assessment of the credibility of the claimant's responses in item 25.

o. Item 23

NOTE:  This section requires a narrative summary of why the witness thinks the claimant cannot work and/or has not improved since the CPD. Of course, witness testimony should not be heard unless the claimant or his or her representative is present.

Enter the name of the witness in A.1.

Enter the witness' relationship to the claimant in A.2.

Check the block at A.3 if the witness was excluded from the hearing during the claimant's testimony.

Ask the witness upon what his or her statement(s) is based.

Complete section B. in the same manner as shown above if a second witness testifies at the hearing.

If additional space is needed or more than two witnesses testify, use a continuation sheet to record the pertinent information and/or testimony.

p. Item 24

Conclude the hearing by allowing the claimant and/or representative to make a closing statement. Provide the representative the opportunity to fully present his or her views, but do not allow irrelevant or repetitious discussions. Place any new information (e.g., daily activities, pain, etc.) in the appropriate space on the form with the annotation that the information was provided by the representative.

Answer disability-related questions about the case, and refer claimants to the FO for detailed explanations of other issues.

Remember that although claimants may expect DHOs to provide a detailed rationale for the cessation or to advise them on whether to proceed with an appeal, the DHO must be neither an advocate for the claimant, nor the government but, rather, an impartial decisionmaker. While it is appropriate to explain terms (e.g., substantial gainful activity), and to give a general explanation of disability requirements, avoid justifications or criticisms of the disability program.

Provide the claimant with an approximate time frame for which he or she may expect to receive the DHO's decision. Also advise him or her about the possibility of his or her case being randomly selected for a quality review. State that if the case is selected for review (and the DHO has no way to determine if it will be), the decision will be delayed until the review has been completed.

q. Items 25-26

Complete these items based on your observations. Record any notes you believe are important and your responses to procedural or other issues raised by the representative/claimant.

Sign the form.

Provide the name of the Hearing Officer who conducted the hearing.

NOTE:  An unfavorable disability determination may not be based on observations alone. Furthermore, any observations which are inconsistent with evidence contained in the claims folder must be fully explained on the SSA-1205-BK.


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DI 33015.015 - Conducting the Disability Hearing - 05/03/2017
Batch run: 05/03/2017
Rev:05/03/2017