St. George (Washington County), UT can turn to disability attorneys for help if they are expected to be out of work for a year or longer due to a disabling condition. These St. George social security lawyers will you apply for either SSDI or SSI benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Currently in Washington County, there are 2,805 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 1,281 individuals receiving SSI benefits.
St. George residents can either apply for benefits at www.ssa.gov or they can apply at the local SSA office below:
923 S River Road Suite 102
Saint George, Utah 84790
In addition to serving St. George residents, this office also serves the residents of Aurora, Redmond, Salina, Sigurd, Richfield, Alton, Annabella, Antimony, Beaver, Beryl, Bicknell, Boulder, Cannonville, Brian Head, Cedar City, Central, Cicleville, Elsinore, Enterprise, Escalante, Glendale, Glenwood, Greenville, Greenwich, Gunlock, Hanksville, Hatch, Henrieville, Hurricane, Ivins, Joseph, Junction, Kanab, Kanarville, Kingston, Koosharem, La Verkin, Leeds, Loa, Lyman, Marysvale, Milford, Minersville, Monroe, Mt. Carmel., Newcastle and New Harmony.
St. George Disability Attorneys
St. George social security attorneys work on a contingency basis and are thus not paid unless you are successfully awarded benefits. If you are awarded benefits, they will receive 25% of the back pay that you are awarded, up to a maximum of $6,000.
A St. George disability attorney will also generally handle cases in the following cities and towns: Washington, Hurricane, Cedar City as well as cities in Nevada such as Sunrise Manor, Henderson, Las Vegas and Paradise.
You should contact the Utah bar association if you have any questions with regards to hiring an attorney in St. George.
645 South 200 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
St. George SSD Hearings
Unfortunately, most claims are denied at the initial application stage. The best chance an applicant has of being approved for benefits is at the disability hearing stage. All St. George residents will have to travel to Las Vegas, NV Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). Since Las Vegas is about 120 miles away from Sr. George, the SSA will reimburse any costs associated with traveling to the hearing.
If you have not yet hired a disability attorney or advocate, you should strongly consider doing so before attending your hearing.
Unfortunately, due to the heavy backlog of cases at the Las Vegas ODAR, it can take over a year to have a hearing scheduled. If you are in a dire financial or medical situation, it can be difficult to wait that long. You can contact your local congressman to see if it is a possible to have your hearing scheduled sooner.
253 West St. George Boulevard
St. George, UT 84770
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