Medford (Jackson County) Social Security disability attorney or advocates are available to help the residents of Medford with their disability claim. They will help you at any step of the application process: from the initial to the hearing. Currently, there are 3,591 pending cases at the Eugene Hearing office and the wait time is 482 days. As of December 2011, there were 6,585 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 4,158 individuals receiving SSI benefits in Jackson County.
If you are not comfortable applying for disability online, you can visit one of the local SSA offices below:
3501 Excel Drive
Medford, OR 97504
2504 Oakmont Way
Eugene, OR 97401
Medford Disability Attorneys
If you are confused about the disability application process, you should consider hiring a Medford disability attorney to help you with your claim. Your attorney will file all of the necessary paperwork on your behalf and represent you at your hearing, if you claim is denied.
A Medford Social Security Disability Lawyer will also handle cases in the following cities located in nearby counties in OR: Central Point, Ashland, Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, Altamont, Roseburg, Coos Bay, North Bend, Springfield, Portland and Eugene.
If you have any questions about hiring an attorney in Medford, you can contact the bar association listed below:
Oregon State Bar Centers
16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road
Tigard, OR 97224
Medford Disability Hearings
Almost 90% of claims are denied during the reconsideration stage of the disability appeals process. If your claim has been denied, then you will have to request to have a hearing with the Eugene hearing office. Listed below are the judges (ALJs) who are in charge of the hearings at the Eugene office:
|De Monbreum, Steven A.
|Neiswanger, Ted W.
|Spaulding, Robert F.
|Sullivan, John D.
*Data from http://www.ssa.gov/appeals/DataSets/03_ALJ_Disposition_Data.html
Medford disability attorneys will be familiar with these judges, since they will have attended hearings at this office on behalf of other claimants in the past. Thus, they will be able to tailor your case depending on which judge is set to hear it.
In very rare circumstances, you can contact your congressman to see if he or she would be able to able to speed up the scheduling of your disability hearing. The congressman's office address for the Medford, OR area is:
14 N. Central Ave., Suite 112
Medford, OR 97501
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