CITIES WHERE WE SERVE OUR CLIENTS
At Cannon Disability Law, we visit many cities where we serve our clients. Even though we are Salt Lake City Social Security Disability attorneys, we practice throughout the Intermountain West. We have attorneys who are licensed to practice in Utah, Idaho, Washington, California, and Nevada. If you need information about Idaho SSDI benefits, then you can find that on our website.
Likewise, you can find out more about Utah SSD benefits here. If you need information about California SSD and SSI benefits go here. We also have Nevada benefits information here. Our goal is to give you as much information as you need to help you during the application process.
Colorado disability information can be found on this website too. We will travel to represent you at your Social Security hearing. Additionally, no matter where you live our attorney fee is the same. If we don’t win your case, then you don’t owe an attorney fee. You only pay if an attorney fee if we win your benefits.
When you contact our office, know that even though our main office is in Salt Lake City, Utah, we will represent you where you live. Likewise, if the SSA denies your case, then you can appeal. We will help you do that.
If you don’t win on appeal, then you can have a hearing with a Judge. The SSA will schedule your hearing at an office for hearings near the place you live. Therefore, we will travel to your home city to best represent you in your benefit case. There are also options for phone hearings. Likewise, sometimes the SSA holds video hearings.
CITIES WHERE WE SERVE OUR CLIENTS
Cannon Disability Law can represent you no matter where you live. For example, our lawyers travel to all of the places on the following list. Likewise, if you cannot travel to the hearing, we can arrange for the judge to call you and have a hearing by telephone.
If you prefer, you can also have a video hearing. We always prefer to hold a hearing in person. However, that isn’t always possible. Here is a list of some of the places we can represent you:
- Salt Lake City, Utah
- St. George, Utah
- Cedar City, Utah
- Provo, Utah
- Ogden, Utah
- Logan, Utah
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- Reno, Nevada
- San Diego, California
- San Francisco, California
- Oakland, California
- Stockton, California
- Pocatello, Idaho
- Boise, Idaho
- Twin Falls, Idaho
- Seattle, Washington
- Tacoma, Washington
- Colorado Springs, Colorado
- Denver, Colorado
- Grand Junction, Colorado
- Billings, Montana
- Rock Springs, Wyoming
- Evanston, Wyoming
- Phoenix, Arizona
- Portland, Oregon
- Eugene, Oregon
THERE IS A SOCIAL SECURITY HEARING OFFICE IN A CITY NEAR YOU
If you don’t see the city where you live on this list, don’t worry. You are still living in a city where we serve clients. Even small cities have a Social Security office nearby. Hearings can also be held by phone or video. We will be able to help you.
The Social Security Administration has hearing offices in many locations and states. These offices are listed at the Social Security website. Additionally, the SSA provides video hearings for people in more remote locations. If that isn’t an option, then you can have a phone hearing instead. It is your constitutional right to have a hearing with a Judge.
Additionally, you can receive reimbursement from the SSA for travel expenses. For example, if you have to travel more than 75 miles to a hearing site, then the SSA will send you a check to cover travel expenses. For example, the check will pay for gas. Or, it will pay you a certain amount of money for every mile that you travel by car. However, if you hire us to represent you, you do not need to pay for our travel costs.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY HEARING
Your hearing will be held at the Office of Hearing Operations (“OHO”). You will receive notice of the time and place of the hearing about 30 days prior to the hearing. The judge will ask you questions. You are the main witness. The point of the hearing is for you to testify about your mental and physical symptoms and how they keep you from working.
The hearing is private. The court room is closed to the public. The only people who can come into your hearing, besides you, are the Judge and your attorney. After that, the judge may call a Medical Expert (“ME”), and a Vocational Expert (“VE”). There is also a court reporter recording the hearing. If you need more information about what to expect at your hearing, then read here.
Most of the time, you will be the only witness at your court hearing. We do not usually call witnesses, like family members, to testify. We don’t do this because the ALJ will not give weight to the testimony of a family member. The reason for this is your family has an interest in you winning benefits.
If we do call a family member to testify, it is usually because you have a mental condition that makes is hard for you to testify. Mental disorders like schizophrenia or dementia can cause memory issues that make it difficult to testify. Likewise, if you have a seizure disorder, sometimes it is hard to testify about your seizures, because usually you can’t remember them. Likewise, you may not know what is happening when you are having a seizure. However, you probably remember how you feel after a seizure. This would be an example of when family testimony is useful and helps win your SSA hearing.
THE CANNON DISABILITY LEGAL TEAM – EXPERTS IN DISABILITY LAW
Cannon Disability Law has a team of attorneys and staff to represent you. We are experts in Social Security law. In the past 30 years, we have won over 20,000 SSDI and SSI cases. Additionally, we have won over $100 million in back benefits for our clients.
Our legal team will help you file your application for Social Security benefits. Likewise, we will help you complete your paperwork. We cannot complete this paperwork for you, because the answers to SSA’s questions are about your life. However, we will help you do it.
Additionally, we will appeal any denials from the SSA. If we need to request a hearing in your case, we will do that too. Our legal team also has experience filing appeals to the Appeals Council and in Federal Court. Find out more about Federal Court here.
When you hire us you don’t need to pay any money up front. We are only paid if we win your case. If we don’t win, then you do not owe an attorney fee.
However, our attorney fee does not include costs. You will be required to pay costs in your claim. Costs do not include travel. Instead, costs include things like a fee for medical records. Read here for more information about possible costs.
In summary, you should contact us today to see if we can help you win your disability case. Put our experience to work for you and your family. Hire us to be your legal team.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CANNON DISABILITY LEGAL TEAM
The SSD attorneys and staff at our firm have over 30 years of experience winning SSD and SSI benefits. Our attorneys and also our staff work hard to provide every client with excellent legal help. As your legal team, our goal is to make winning benefits easy for you. You can learn about each of our attorneys on our About Us page.
You do not want to leave winning your benefits to chance. Your future income and also, your ability to support yourself and your family is at stake. Additionally, you need health insurance. Social Security benefits also include health insurance coverage in the form of Medicare and Medicaid.
Hire a firm with national experience. We are also members of NOSSCR, which is the National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives. Our lawyers and staff attend NOSSCR conferences every year to make sure we are up to date on the law that effects your claim.
HEALTH INSURANCE AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS COME WITH DISABILITY BENEFITS
Did you know that health insurance is part of your SSDI and SSI benefit? Well, it is. For example, if you get SSI benefits, you will also get Medicaid. Learn more information about Medicaid benefits here.
Similarly, Medicare benefits come with SSD benefits. Read here to learn more about Medicare benefits. Your ability to receive Medicaid and Medicare depends upon whether or not you win your SSD and SSI claim. Additionally, even your future retirement benefits can be at risk if you do not win benefits.
You also need to be able to hire an attorney without worrying about whether or not you can pay the attorney fee. At Cannon Disability Law, we work on a contingency fee basis. This means if you do not win benefits, you do not owe an attorney fee. Therefore, hiring us creates no financial risk for you. Again, you only pay an attorney fee if we win your case. You have nothing to lose. But, you have everything to gain by calling us today. Now you know the cities where we serve our clients, contact us today and see how we can help you.