If you live in Virginia Beach and are out of work due to a long-term disability, you can turn to a disability Virginia Beach social security attorney or advocate for help. In addition to proving that you are medically eligible for benefits, your attorney or advocate will also help you prove that you financially qualify for either SSDI or SSI benefits. You can learn more about SSDI and SSI here. Currently there are 7, 800 individuals receiving SSDI and 5,202 individuals receiving SSI benefits in Virginia Beach.
While the quickest way to apply for disability is on the SSA’s website, you can also apply for benefits SSA office Virginia Beach below:
2875 Sabre St Suite 100
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Hiring a Virginia Beach Disability Attorney/Advocate
A Virginia Beach social security attorney or advocate can significantly improve your chances of being approved for benefits. Your attorney will represent you all the way from the beginning of the applications process all way through the disability hearing if necessary. Also, these attorneys work on a contingency basis and are not paid unless you are successfully awarded disability benefits.
A Virginia Beach Social Security Disability lawyer will also handle disability claims in the following cities located in Norfolk County, Norfolk County, Newport News County, Hampton County, Portsmouth County, and Suffolk County: Chesapeake, Alanton, Ocean View, Portsmouth, Lynnwood, Kings Grant, Newport News, Bay View, Hampton, Willoughby Bay, Hickory, Butts Station, Deep Creek, Suffolk, Lynnhaven Roads, Hobson, Kings Grant, Bartlett, Smithfield, Sandbridge Beach, Berkley, and Surry.
If you have any questions with regards to hiring a lawyer in the Virginia Beach area contact the bar association below:
Virginia Beach Bar Association
2425 Nimmo Parkway, Room C0037
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
Virginia Beach Disability Hearings
The disability hearing is the stage in the application process where most disability claims are approved. During the disability hearing, you will have the opportunity to present evidence and explain to an administrative law judge why you need disability benefits. If you have not yet hired a disability attorney, you should do so before attending your hearing.
All Virginia Beach residents will have their hearings held at the Norfolk, VA disability hearing office. The wait time to have a hearing scheduled with the Norfolk office is over a year.
However, it can be unfeasible for people in a dire situation to wait that long. If you are in a very difficult financial or medical situation, you can contact your local congressman to see if it is possible to have your hearing scheduled sooner.
4772 Euclid Road, Suite E
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
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