Social Security Disability in Chandler, Arizona

Get Your SSDI and SSI Disability Benefits Insurance in Chandler

Claimants may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance in Chandler (SSDI) if they are disabled with a severe medical condition which is expected to last for at least 12 continuous months and does not allow the claimant to perform substantial gainful activity (SSGA).

Not all workers qualify for Chandler SSDI benefits. To qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance in Chandler a worker must pay taxes and accumulate 20-40 work credits during their employment. Generally, a full-time worker can earn 4 credits per year. The amount of work credits need to qualify for Arizona SSDI will vary based on the age of the worker at the time they become disabled.

Widows, widowers, dependents and disabled dependents over 18 years old, who were disabled prior to the age of 22, may also be able to receive Social Security Disability dependent benefit payments if the primary wage earner in their family qualifies for SSDI or is deceased and was receiving SSDI at the time of their death.

Workers who have not worked or who have not paid sufficient payroll taxes will not qualify for SSDI in Chandler. The Federal Government does offer another disability program called Supplemental Security Income or SSI for the aged (65 years or older), the disabled or the blind who have very limited income and resources. In many states, claimants who receive Supplemental Security Income may also qualify for Medicaid.

Claimants who live in Chandler, Arizona, or any of the surrounding cities including: Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, Phoenix, Glendale, Goodyear, Sun City or Peoria, can contact a regional Social Security Administration office to discuss their Social Security Disability application with a Social Security Disability specialist. There are three main ways to contact the Social Security Administration Offices:

  • Applying for social security benefits by phone, calling the SSA at 1-800-772-1213
  • Try qualifying for SSI or SSDI online by visiting them online at
  • Visit a Social Security Office in your area to apply in person. We have included a list of local offices on this page for your convenience. Or you can locate the nearest Social Security Administration office by visiting the Social Security Administration website at Go to the office locator page and enter your zip code. The site will display the closest Social Security Administration office.

The Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) Office files all reconsiderations, schedules hearings and handles all Appeal Council reviews. The ODAR office for the San Francisco Region services residents in Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada along with the territories of American Samoa, Guam and Saipan. The address is listed below:

Social Security Administration
Office of Adjudication and Review (ODAR)
5th Floor,
555 Battery Street,
San Francisco, California 94111

Telephone: (866) 964-7584
Fax: (415) 705-2020

Each request for a Social Security Disability hearing is processed by one of the Social Security Administration’s 21 hearing offices. The address and phone number for Phoenix, Arizona, Regional Hearing office is listed below:

Social Security Administration
Office of Disability Adjudication and Review
Siete Square, Suite 200,
3737 North 7th Street,
Phoenix, Arizona 85012

Telephone: (602) 640-2700
Fax: (602) 640- 2165

This Phoenix ODAR office services the Social Security Field Offices in the following cities: Apache Junction, Chinle, Colorado River Basin, Flagstaff, Mesa, Phoenix Downtown, Show Low, and Tuba City.

***Residents of Chandler are serviced by the SSA Field Office in Mesa, Arizona.***

Completed Social Security Disability Benefits applications are sent to the appropriate Division of Disability Determination Service Office for a determination of whether a claimant is disabled. It may take up to 90 days to receive an answer of whether or not you have been approved for Social Security Disability benefits. The DDS offices which service the state of Arizona, including Chandler, is listed below:

Disability Determination Services
4000 North Central Avenue, Suite 1800,
Phoenix, AZ 85012


Disability Determination Services
5441 East 22nd Street, Suite 135,
Tucson, AZ 85711


The SSA field offices, social security offices, often perform a full range of services. Claimants may usually apply for SSDI or SSI, replace their Social Security cards, make changes to their benefits information or the SSA might even help Medicare beneficiaries with limited income and resources apply for extra help with the cost of their prescription drugs under the new Medicare Prescription Drug Program. Below is a brief list of Chandler social security offices. It is a wise decision to call before your visit, to confirm that the office can indeed help you with your situation.

Social Security Administration
5907 W Kings Ave,
Glendale, AZ 85306

Telephone: 1-800-772-1213

Social Security Administration
253 W. Superstition, Blvd,
Apache Junction, AZ 85220

Telephone: 1-800-772-1213

The process of filing or applying, and then qualifying for disability benefits in Chandler, Arizona sounds easier than it actually is. Yes, you can file for disability on your own but how do you know what is actually being done? Our network of SSI and SSDI attorneys in Chandler can monitor your application from beginning to end. Even before your application is submitted, disability lawyers work with you to ensure that you have all the necessary documents to give your case the strength it needs. Social security lawyers can also assist you in gathering old medical records and new updated records. Even more powerful is the fact that your disability attorney or advocate can assist you in court; preparing you for questioning and even at times arguing your case for you.

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