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Thousands of individuals could receive new hearings on their disability benefit claims as part of a proposed settlement addressing allegations of hostility and bias against five federal administrative law judges in Queens, New York.

The proposed class action settlement, filed Friday in Brooklyn federal court, aims to resolve a 2011 lawsuit accusing the five administrative law judges, or ALJs, of failing to give fair hearings to disabled individuals who appeared before them.

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