Moreno Valley, located in Riverside County, is home to many experienced Social Security Disability lawyers who are available to help applicants navigate the Social Security Disability application process. If you are a resident of Moreno Valley and you cannot work because of a disability, a Moreno Valley lawyer will help you avoid long wait times and have your case resolved quickly.
The Moreno Valley Hearing Office currently has 3,158 cases pending and the wait time is 307 days. Although waiting over 300 days for a decision can be difficult, many Riverside County residents find disability payments to be worth waiting for. Data collected in December 2011 suggests that there are 40,625 SSDI beneficiaries and 58,813 SSI beneficiaries living in Riverside County.
If you would like to learn more about the different types of Social Security Disability benefits, visit this page.
Moreno Valley residents can choose between filling out an electronic application online, or filling out a hard copy in person at the local Social Security office. Your local office is located:
22815 Calle San Juan de Los Lagos
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
Consulting with a Moreno Valley Social Security Disability Attorney
You should consider speaking with a Moreno Valley disability attorney or advocate if you are not familiar with the Social Security Disability application process. The legal professionals in Moreno Valley can assist applicants with their disability claims from start to finish. For more information about the benefits of hiring a Social Security Disability attorney, see here.
A Moreno Valley Social Security Disability lawyer will also handle disability claims in the following cities located in Riverside County, Imperial County, San Diego County, Orange County, and San Bernardino County: Riverside, Perris, Edgemont, Redlands, Colton, San Bernardino, Fontana, Yucalpa, Banning, San Jacinto, Hemet, Sun City, and Murrieta. To learn more about Moreno Valley disability attorneys and lawyers contact your local bar association:
Riverside County Bar Association
4129 Main Street
Riverside, CA 92501
Moreno Valley Disability Hearings
Applicants whose initial disability claim has been denied must request a hearing to be held at the Moreno Valley Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR).
Below you will find a list of approval rates for the administrative law judges (ALJs) who handle disability claims in the Moreno Valley hearing office:
|Ball, Kenneth E.||6.43%|
|Businger, Thomas D.||37.80%|
|Martin, Paula M.||48.73%|
|McDonald, Dana E.||4.15%|
|Richardson, Michael B.||6.25%|
|Schloss, Joseph D.||38.88%|
*Data from http://www.ssa.gov/appeals/DataSets/03_ALJ_Disposition_Data.html
Most Moreno Valley attorneys or advocates are familiar with the administrative law judges who hear cases in their local hearing office. This can be beneficial when preparing your case.
In some cases, having your hearing scheduled can take a very long time. If financial needs or medical difficulties make it impossible for you to wait for a hearing, you can contact your local congressman. If you are able to explain your situation, your congressman may be able to intervene with the hearing office on your behalf to have your hearing scheduled sooner. Your local congressman's office location is:
4160 Temescal Canyon
Corona, CA 92883
If you would like to receive a free legal evaluation from a Moreno Valley Social Security attorney, fill out the form below: