Disability attorneys and advocates are available to help Oklahoma City (Oklahoma County) residents who are unable to work due to a long term disability. They can help you file all of the necessary paperwork and represent you at your hearing if your claim has been denied. Currently, there are 6,862 pending cases at the Oklahoma City Hearing office and the wait time is 377 days. As of December 2011, there were 20,940 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 19,083 individuals receiving SSI benefits in Oklahoma County.
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Oklahoma City Disability Attorneys
If you are not comfortable with applying for disability on your own, you should consider consulting with an Oklahoma City social security attorney. These legal professionals do not charge anything upfront and are not paid unless you are successfully awarded benefits.
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An Oklahoma City Social Security Disability lawyer will also handle disability claims in the following cities located in Oklahoma County, Canadian County, Logan County, Lincoln County, Pottawatomie County, Cleveland County, and Grady County: Midwest City, Moore, Norman, Newcastle, Mustang, Bethany, Yukon, Piedmont, Edmond, Choctaw, McLoud, Shawnee, Guthrie, and El Reno.
If you have questions about hiring an attorney in OKC, you can direct them to your local bar association:
Oklahoma County Bar Association
119 North Robinson, Suite 240
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
Oklahoma City Disability Hearings
Majority of claims are denied at both the initial and reconsideration levels of the application process. If your claim is among them, then you will have to file for a hearing with the Oklahoma City hearing office. Listed below are the administrative law judges (ALJs) who handle the hearings at the Oklahoma City office.
|ALJ Name||Approval Rate|
|Conyers, Susan W.||40.52%|
|Cravens, Steven L.||50.73%|
|Fulton, Kenton W.||45.76%|
|Gordon, J. Dell||34.69%|
|Levine, Jodi B.||53.82%|
|McLean, Jennie L.||35.86%|
|Parrish, Kim D.||51.65%|
|Schallner, Sherry L.||3.66%|
|Shepherd, Larry D.||26.30%|
|Stults, Douglas S.||48.08%|
|Thompson, Edward L.||34.58%|
*Data from http://www.ssa.gov/appeals/DataSets/03_ALJ_Disposition_Data.html
Oklahoma City disability attorneys are often familiar with many of the judges that hear cases in the Oklahoma City hearing office and can use that insight to your advantage when preparing your case.
If you are facing extreme financial or medical troubles and need to have your hearing scheduled sooner, you can contact your local congressman and request that he or she intervene with the ODAR on your behalf. The congressman for the greater Oklahoma City area can be contacted at:
1015 N. Broadway Avenue, Suite 310
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: (405) 234-9900
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