St. Charles, MO Social Security Attorney or Advocate

Those residents of St. Charles, MO who are out of work for at least year due to a long term or permanent disabling condition can turn to disability attorneys and advocates for help. They will help you apply for disability by making sure that you have all of the necessary documents and representing you at your hearing if you are denied. Currently, there are 7,633 pending cases at the Creve Coeur Hearing office and the wait time is 412 days. As of December 2011, there were 17,820 individuals receiving SSDI benefits and 2,465 individuals receiving SSI benefits in St. Charles County.

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A St. Charles resident can either apply for disability online or at one of the local SSA offices listed below:

4800 Executive Ctr Pkwy
St Peters, MO 63376
Telephone: 1-800-772-1213

1215 Fern Ridge Pkwy
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Telephone: 1-800-772-1213

650 Gravois Bluffs
Fenton, MO 63026
Telephone: 1-800-772-1213

Hiring a St. Charles Social Security Attorney

If you are one of the people who find the disability application process to be confusing and tedious, you should consider hiring a St. Charles disability attorney to help you with your claim. Your attorney is not paid unless you are successfully awarded benefits.

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A St. Charles Social Security Disability Lawyer will also handle disability cases in the following cities in Missouri: Bridgeton, Maryland Heights, Hazelwood, Saint Ann, Saint Peters, St. Joseph, Berkeley, Florissant, Overland, Creve Coeur, Chesterfield, Ferguson, University City, Town and Country, Jennings and Clayton.

If you have questions about hiring and attorney in St. Charles or in the state of Missouri in general, you can contact this bar association:

The Missouri Bar
326 Monroe
Jefferson City, MO 65102

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

St. Charles Disability Hearings

If your claim is denied at both the initial and reconsideration levels of the disability application process, then you will have to file for a hearing with the Creve Coeur Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). Listed below are the judges (ALJs) at the Creve Coeur office and their respective approval rates on disability claims in the last quarter of 2012.

ALJApproval Rate
Allen, Chandreka34.18%
Barber, Robin J.43.25%
Cosentino, Julian65.13%
DeWoskin, Henry37.13%
Hanan, Bradley53.18%
Hopkins, Richard34.11%
Key, Christal37.86%
Kumpe, William E.65.83%
Mueller, Koren0.81%
Murdock, Alexis21.58%
O' Blennis, Robert G38.13%
Pico, Gerardo R0.00%
Winn, Karen41.19%

A St. Charles disability attorney can prove to be very useful during your disability hearing. He or she will be familiar with the process in general as well as the judges at the Creve Coeur office.

You can speed up the scheduling of your disability hearing in cases of extreme financial or medical difficulty. You will have to contact your local congressman and request that he or she intervene with the Creve Coeur ODAR office.

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