There are many qualified Social Security Disability attorneys and advocates located in Avondale, Arizona (Maricopa County). Those who are unable to work due to disability can benefit from an attorney’s legal expertise and can be granted the disability benefits they need in order to achieve financial stability. In December 2012, there were 82,260 SSDI recipients and 51,664 SSI recipients located in Maricopa County alone. To learn about the benefits available to you, click here.
If you have additional questions about disability benefits or the application process, call or visit your local Social Security Disability Field office. The office nearest you is listed below:
250 N Seventh Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
(Seventh Avenue is South of the I-10—Between Van Buren Street and Adams Street.)
This Phoenix office also serves the following communities: Phoenix, Arlington, Buckeye, Cashion, Goodyear, Laveen, Palo Verde, Tolleson, and Tonopah.
Hiring an Avondale Social Security Disability Attorney
Although not all applicants retain the services of an attorney or Social Security disability advocates, we believe that it is in your best interest to do so. A legal professional will help you to collect all of the necessary application documents, medical records, and non-medical documentation. Collecting these things on your own can be difficult, with the help of an attorney you won’t have to worry about it.
To learn about the other benefits of consulting with a lawyer, click here.
Avondale disability lawyers also offer their services to other counties surrounding Maricopa County, such as Pinal, Pima, La Paz, Yuma, Yavapai and Gila, as well as these surrounding cities: Phoenix, Chandler, El Mirage, Glendale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Peoria, Scottsdale, Sun, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson, Apache Junction, Coolidge, Casa Grande, Maricopa, Eloy, Tucson, Yuma, Somerton, San Luis, Yuma, Cottonwood, Prescott, Globe, and Sedona.
If you have questions about the legal help in your area, contact the Maricopa County Bar Association:
Maricopa County Bar Association
303 E. Palm Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85004-1532
Avondale Social Security Disability Appeal Hearings
If your application for disability benefits is denied in the initial phase of the application process, you will be given the chance to appeal this decision. The appeals process is made up of two stages—the Reconsideration and the Social Security Disability Appeal Hearing. Because many applications are denied at Reconsideration, you will likely have to appear before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) for an appeal hearing.
This appeal hearing will likely take place at the Phoenix Office of Disability Adjudication and Review. At this point it is in your best interest to consult with an attorney or advocate—if you haven’t already.
After scheduling your appeal hearing, you may notice that your hearing date isn’t for another several months. Individuals who experience serious financial or medical complications can contact their local congressperson to ask that he or she consult with the hearing office to expedite the applicant’s hearing. Although this does not always work, it will in no way affect your claim negatively.
Fill out the following form to speak with a Social Security Disability attorney or advocate for free: