Centreville Social Security Attorney or Advocate

Centreville, located in Fairfax County, is home to many residents who are unable to work due to a long term disabling condition. These individuals can turn to a disability attorney or advocate if they are in need of financial benefits from the government. These legal professionals can help disabled individuals apply for SSDI and/or SSI benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Currently there are 8.205 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 10,788 individuals receiving SSI benefits in Fairfax County.

More information about SSDI/SSI can be found here.

A Centreville disability claimant can either apply for disability on the SSA’s website or at the Fairfax SSA office:

11212 Waples Mill Rd
Suite 105
Fairfax, VA 22030

In addition to serving Centreville, the Fairfax office also serves:

  • Fairfax
  • Clifton
  • Chantilly
  • Reston
  • Burke
  • Dunn Loring
  • Fairfax Station
  • Great Falls
  • McLean
  • West McLean
  • Merrifield
  • Oakton
  • Vienna

Centreville Disability Attorneys and Advocates

Centreville Disability Attorneys and Social Security disability advocates can significantly improve your chances of being approved. There is no upfront cost to hiring these attorneys/advocates. They work on a contingency basis and are not paid unless you are successfully awarded benefits.

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A Centreville Social Security disability attorney will also handle claims for disabled workers in nearby Loudon and Prince William Counties, as well as for other Fairfax County residents. They’ll also represent claimants in nearby towns such as Willow Springs, Centre Heights, Cobbs Corner, Greenbriar, Brookfield, and Lewis Park.

To speak with a local disability attorney or advocate, fill out a free disability review today.

You should contact the Fairfax Bar Association if you have any questions about hiring an attorney.

Fairfax Bar Association
4110 Chain Bridge Rd
Suite 216
Fairfax, VA 22030

Centreville Disability Hearings

If your claim is denied at both the initial and reconsideration stages of the application process, then you will have to attend a hearing at the Washington DC hearing (ODAR) office. If you have not already hired a disability attorney or advocate you should try to hire one as soon as possible.

On average, it takes about a year to have a hearing scheduled with the DC ODAR office. However, in certain extreme circumstances, it is possible to have your hearing scheduled a little bit sooner. To see if this is a possibility, you should contact your local congressman.

4115 Annandale Road, Ste. 103
Annandale, VA 22003
Phone: (703) 256-3071

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