Everett (Snohomish County) residents are entitled to disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA) if they can’t work due to a disability. Everett Disability attorneys and advocates are available to assist disabled individuals with the process of applying for disability benefits (SSDI or SSI). Currently in Snohomish County there are 16,445 people receiving SSDI benefits and 12,029 people receiving SSI benefits.
You can learn about SSDI and SSI benefits here.
Residents of Everett can visit the local SSA office listed below to file an application:
Everett, WA SSA Office
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: (800) 325-0778
In addition to serving the residents of Everett, this office also serves the residents of Arlington, Baring, Clinton, Darrington, Freeland, Gold Bar, Greenbank, Granite Falls, Index Lake Stevens, North Lakewood, Langley, Marysville, Monroe, Mukileto, Camano Island, Silvana, Skykomish, Sultan and Startup.
Hiring an Everett Disability Attorney
Everett disability attorneys can significantly improve an applicant’s chances of being approved for benefits. Not only will your attorney help you file all of the paperwork for the initial application, but he or she will also represent you throughout the appeals process if your application is denied.
An Everett Social Security Disability lawyer will also handle disability claims in the following cities located in Snohomish County, Skagit County, Chelan County, Island County, King County, and Kitsap County: Marysville, Lake Stevens, Lochsloy, Arlington, Bellevue, Mukilteo, Snohomish, Martha Lake, Lynnwood, Monroe, Whidbey Island, Tulalip, and North Creek.
If you have any questions about hiring a disability attorney in Everett, you should contact the bar association listed below:
Snohomish County Bar Association
3000 Rockefeller Ave.
P.O. Box 5429
Everett, WA 98206
Everett Disability Hearings
The Disability hearing is the 3rd step in the application process. Everett residents who are denied benefits at the initial and reconsideration stages will have to attend a disability hearing at the Seattle ODAR (Office of Disability Adjudication and Review) office. It takes about a year to have a hearing schedule with the Seattle ODAR.
If you have not already hired a disability attorney, be sure to hire one before attending your hearing. Your attorney will prepare you case for you and represent in front of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) at the hearing.
Wall Street Building
2930 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 9F
Everett, WA 98201
If you are in a desperate financial or medical situation, you can contact Mr. Larsen to see if he can intervene with the SSA to have your hearing scheduled sooner.
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