Who will be at Social Security disability hearing?

In most Social Security disability hearings, there's the judge who is the one who's going to hear the case, there's the court reporter who's really doing nothing more than taking notes, and there's the vocational expert, which is a job expert who is there to testify as to whether there are any jobs out there for someone like you with your types of medical conditions. There's you, the claimant. Then, if you have a representative, the attorney will be there, as well. In some cases, there may also be a sixth person, which is a medical expert, who is there to testify about whether you meet any of the medical listings under the Social Security Administration.