People living in Ogden (Weber County) are entitled to disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA) if they are unable to work due to a long term disability. Disability Benefits are available either in the form of SSI (Supplemental Security Income) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Currently in Webber County, there are 5,025 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 3,529 individuals receiving SSI benefits.
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If you are not comfortable apply for disability online or if you are applying on behalf of a child, you can visit the SSA office in Ogden:
324 25th Street 2nd Fl Fob
Ogden, Utah 84401
The residents of the following cities/towns will also have to travel to the Ogden SSA office: Clearfield, Croydon, Garden City, Kaysville, Laketown, Layton, Morgan, Hill AFB, Randolph, Roy, Syracuse, Woodruff, Bear River City, Brigham City, Clarkson, Collinston, Corrine, Cornish, Deweyville, Eden, Fielding, Garland, Honeyvile, Hooper, Howell, Huntsville, Hyde Park, Hyrum, Lewiston, Logan, Mantua, Mendon, Millville, Newton, Paradise, Park Valley, Plymouth, Portage, Providence, Richmond, Riverside, Smithfield, Snowville, Tremonton, Trenton, Wellsville, Willard and Logan.
Ogden Social Security Attorney/Advocate
You are not required to hire a disability attorney or advocate at any stage in the application process, but it can significantly improve your chances of being awarded benefits if you do so. An Ogden disability lawyer will help you all the way from the initial application stage to the disability hearing (should it be necessary).
An Ogden, Utah, Social Security disability lawyer will also handle other Weber county claims and those in nearby Morgan, Davis, Cache, and Rich counties. They would also assist applicants in towns such as Nevada Addition, Lovelock, Froerer Plaza, Webbs, Salt Lake City and Crouch.
If you have any questions with regards to the hiring an attorney in the Ogden area, you should contact the bar association below:
Weber County Bar Association
205 26th Street, Suite 34
Ogden, Utah 84401
Ogden Disability Hearings
Ogden residents who have their disability claim denied at the both the initial and reconsideration stages will have to travel to the Salt Lake City Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) for a disability heating. If you have not yet hired a disability attorney or advocate, you should do so before attending your disability hearing.
Currently, the wait time at the Salt Lake City ODAR is approximately 1 year. For some applicants who are in a dire financial or medical situation, it may not be feasible to wait this long for a hearing. Applicants in these situations can contact their local congressman to see he or she can intervene to have their hearing scheduled sooner.
1017 Federal Building
324 25th St
Ogden, UT 84401
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