Dayton (Montgomery County) disability lawyers are available to assist Columbus residents who are out of work for at least a year due to a long term disability. These attorneys can help you right from the start of the application process and increase your chances of being approved for disability. Currently, there are 3,113 pending cases at the Dayton Hearing office and the wait time is 386 days. As of December 2011, there were 16,415 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 15,296 individuals receiving SSI benefits in Montgomery County.
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Dayton residents have the option of either applying for disability online or at one of the local SSA offices listed below:
Room 209, Federal Bldg
200 W 2nd Street
Dayton, OH 45202
4375 Hoover Ave
Dayton, OH 45417
3860 Towne Blvd
Franklin, OH 45005
277 S Looney Rd
Piqua, OH 45356
Dayton Disability Attorneys
There are numerous disability attorneys in the Dayton area who can help you file for disability. All disability attorneys work on a contingency basis, meaning they are not paid unless you are successfully awarded disability benefits.
Learn more about the benefits of hiring an attorney.
A Dayton Social Security Disability lawyer will also handle disability claims in the following cities located in Montgomery County, Preble County, Butler County, Warren County, Green County, Miami County, and Clinton County: Kettering, Beaver Creek, Cincinnati, Riverside, Huber Heights, Northridge, Shiloh, Fort McKinley, Trotwood, Englewood, Clayton, Brookville, Drexel, Miamisburg, Xenia, Springfield, Troy, and Greenville.
All questions regarding hiring a disability attorney in Dayton should be directed to the local bar association, listed below:
Dayton Bar Association
109 N. Main St., Ste - 600
Dayton, OH 45402
Dayton Disability Hearings
Most claims are denied at the first level of appeal, the reconsideration stage. If your claim is among those denied at the reconsideration stage, you will have to request for a hearing with the Dayton Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR).
Listed below are the judges (ALJs) who handle the hearings at the Dayton ODAR:
|ALJ Name||Approval Rate|
|Barnes, Kevin R||54.93%|
|Kenyon, Gregory G.||44.03%|
|Motta, Elizabeth A.||26.92%|
|Sanders, Deborah F.||40.58%|
|Twilley, Laura S.||49.60%|
*Data from http://www.ssa.gov/appeals/DataSets/03_ALJ_Disposition_Data.html
Dayton disability attorneys and advocates will have to attend hearings at this office will be familiar with the ALJS. That knowledge could prove to be very during your hearing.
Your congressperson can be contacted if you have extreme financial or medical circumstances and need your hearing to be scheduled faster.
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