Janesville Social Security Attorney or Advocate

If you are a Janesville (Rock County) area resident looking to apply for social security disability benefits, you can turn to a Janesville disability attorney for help. These professionals will be able to help you apply for disability and also help you with your appeal if your claim is denied. As of December 2011, there were 5,040 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 4,860 individuals receiving SSI benefits in Rock County.

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The quickest way to apply for disability is on the SSA’s website. However, if you are comfortable applying for disability on your own, you can visit one of the local SSA offices below:

222 N Academy St
Janesville, WI 53548

Telephone: 1-608-752-1399

175 W Alona Lane

Lancaster, WI 53813

Telephone: 1-608-723-4125

2875 Village Rd, Suite 100

 Portage, WI 53901

Telephone: 1-608-742-8817

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Janesville Disability Attorneys

Applying for disability is not as simple as filling out an application. Most people are initially denied and it can take over a year to be approved for benefits. You can make sure that everything goes smoothly with your application by hiring the help of a Janesville disability attorney or advocate.

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

A Janesville social security disability lawyer will also handle cases in the following cities: Beloit, Whitewater, Stoughton, Fitchburg, Monroe, Madison, Verona and Sun Prairie.

You should contact the Wisconsin State Bar Associations if you have questions about hiring an attorney in Wisconsin:

State Bar of Wisconsin
5302 Eastpark Blvd.

Madison, WI 53718-2101

Janesville Disability Hearings

Most disability claims are denied and claimants will have to wait until a disability hearing to be approved. All Janesville residents will have their hearings held at the Madison hearing office. Currently, there are 2,260 pending cases at the Madison Hearing office and the wait time is 324 days.

From October 2012 to January 2013, the Madison Hearing office had 2634 hearings scheduled. Approximately 80.6% of these hearings were resolved (approved, partially approved or denied). The 6 judges in the Madison office handled about 1.8 dispositions per day. The office has a whole had about 11 hearings scheduled per day. Approximately 51% of the hearings were held in person and 49% of them were held via a videoconference.

Most experienced Janesville disability attorneys will be familiar with the details of this office. Thus, it would be in your best interest to hire an attorney before attending your hearing.

If you are in extreme financial or medical difficulty, you can contact your local congressperson to see if he or she can speed up the scheduling your hearing.


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