Dale City (Prince William County) residents who are out of work for a year as a result of a severely debilitating medical condition could qualify for financial assistance from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Disability attorneys and advocates are available to assist those who are not familiar with either one of the SSA’s disability programs (SSDI and SSI). Currently, there are 4,645 individuals receiving SSDI and 3,674 individuals receiving SSI in Prince William County.
Find out more about SSDI and SSI here.
Although one can apply for benefits online, sometimes it will be necessary to visit the local SSA office for an interview or to hand in documents. The SSA that serves Dale City is:
9500 Center Street
Manassas, VA 20110
Red Brick One Story Building
The residents of the following cities/towns will also have to travel to Manassas: Manassas, Aldie, Middleburg, Paeonian Springs, Philomont, Purcellville, Bluemont, Bristow, Round Hill, Catharpin, Ashburn, Chantilly, Gainesville, Hamilton, Sterling, Haymarket, Leesburg, Lovetsville, Nokesville, Waterford, Dumfries, Occoquan, Quantico, Triangle and Woodbridge.
Dale City Disability Attorneys
Although disability attorneys are not a requirement when applying for benefits, they can significantly improve your chances of being approved. Your attorneys will not only ensure that you have all of the paperwork on file, but will also represent you during an appeals process if your claim is denied for any reason.
Learn more about the benefits of hiring a disability lawyer here.
A Dale City disability attorney will also generally handle claims in the following cities: Montclair, Lake Ridge, Woodbridge, Lorton, Newington, West Springfield, Burke, Manassas, Springfield, North Springfield, Mount Vernon, Manassas Park, Franconia, Fairfax and Hybia Valley.
If you have any questions with regards to the process of hiring an attorney in Dale City, you can contact:
Prince William County Bar Association
9311 Lee Avenue
Dale City Disability Hearings
The Disability hearing is the 3rd step in the application process and the 2nd step in the appeals process. Dale City residents will have their hearing held at the Washington DC Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). The ODAR is about 40 miles away from Dale City.
In general it takes about a year to have a hearing scheduled with the DC hearing office. If you are in an extremely difficult financial or medical condition, you can contact your local congressman to see if he or she would be able to intervene to have your hearing scheduled sooner.
4308 Ridgewood Center Dr.
Woodbridge, VA 22192
Phone: (703) 670-4989
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