Baytown (Chambers County), TX residents who are disabled and out of work can turn to social security disability attorneys and advocates for help. These legal professionals can help you obtain either SSDI or SSI benefits from the Social Security Administration. Currently, in Chambers County there are 865 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 582 individuals receiving SSI benefits.
Click here learn more the qualification criteria for SSDI and SSI benefits.
If you are comfortable apply for benefits online, you can submit an application at the local SSA office below:
3300 Watters Road
Pasadena TX 77504
This SSA office also handles applications for the residents of Webster, South Houston, Seabrook, La Porte, Highlands, Galena Park, Deer Park, Crosby, Channelview, Baytown and even parts of Houston.
Baytown Social Security Attorneys
While you are not required to have a disability attorney represent you, it can significantly increase your chances of being approved for benefits. You attorney will help you fill out the application and file it on your behalf. He or she will also represent you during the appeals process if your claim is denied.
You can learn more about the benefits of hiring an attorney here.
A Baytown disability attorney will general also handle cases in La Porte, Channelview, Deer Park, Cloverleaf, Seabrook, Pasadena, Galena Park, Jacinto City, Webster, South Houston, League City, Dickinson, Friendswood, Atascocita and Pearland.
You can contact the Chambers County Bar Association (404 Washington Ave, Anahuac TX 77514) with any questions about hiring an attorney in Baytown.
Baytown SSD Hearings
The Disability Hearing is generally an applicant’s best chance of being approved for benefits. During the hearing you will have the opportunity to present evidence and explain to an administrative law judge (ALJ) why you need disability benefits. If you have not yet hired an attorney or advocate to represent you, you need to strongly considering hiring one before attending the hearing.
All Baytown residents will have their hearings held at the Houston disability hearing office located on Bissonnet Street. It can take up to a year to have a hearing scheduled with this hearing office. It can be difficult to wait that long, especially if you are a very difficult financial or medical condition. It is not unheard of for local congressman to intervene with the SSA and have people’s hearing scheduled sooner. To see if this is a possibility for you, contact congressman’s office:
17225 El Camino Real
Houston, TX 77058
Phone: (281) 486-1095
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