Virginia Beach

Social Security Disability in Virginia Beach, VA

Qualifications to receive SSI and SSDI benefits in Virginia Beach
Are you disabled and unable to work? Is your disabling health condition expected to last for at least 12 continuous months? If yes, you may be able to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) in Virginia Beach.

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) was created by the Federal Government to provide wage replacement benefits for the primary wage earner of a family who has been determined disabled by the Social Security Administration.

Works must also have worked and earned “work credits” working jobs which are covered by Social Security and paying employment taxes. Most full-time Virginia Beach workers can earn 4 credits per year, and claimants need approximate 20-40 work credits to qualify for SSDI in Virginia Beach. Contact the SSA at 1-800-772-1213 to find out if you have enough work credits to qualify for Virginia Beach SSDI.

SSDI auxiliary benefits may also be provided to the SSDI recipient’s dependants and spouse (under certain conditions), including Widows, widowers, dependents and disabled dependents over 18 years old (who were disabled prior to the age of 22).

What if you have not worked or worked and not paid taxes? Unfortunately, you will not qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance in Virginia Beach. The Federal Government does, however, provide monthly cash assistance to the disabled, blind or aged (age 65 and older), through the Supplemental Security Income or SSI program. Claimants must also have very limited income and resources. Claimants who are approved for Supplemental Security Income may also qualify for Medicaid, in most states, at the time of their approval.

Denied benefits? Hire a disability benefits lawyer to appeal your case and get your benefits!

If you file, and are denied disability benefits in Virginia Beach it can be devastating to you and your family. The fact is you have a disability and you are unable to work, the bills are piling up and you have medical bills or are in much need of healthcare. When you are denied for disability benefits you might feel it is the end of the world as far as getting any type of assistance from benefits. Well, it is not the end of the world and an experienced disability attorney in Virginia Beach is your help. An SSI or SSDI lawyer in Virginia Beach has extensive knowledge in the system and understands what it takes to get you approved for social security disability benefits.

Our network of Social Security Disability Lawyers and attorney advocates can help you gather the information you need to make your case more valuable to your situation. Having a complete case with proper paperwork and all the medical records needed is a must, let a social security lawyer in Virginia Beach help you get these. Our network of SSI and SSDI disability attorneys and advocates is dedicated to helping you receive the benefits you deserve! (Click here for a FREE consultation) with a social security disability attorney and get on the track to receiving your SSDI or SSI today.

If you would like to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income in Virginia Beach or any other city in the area including Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News, Suffolk, Williamsburg or Petersburg, contact the Social Security Administration in any of the following ways:

  • Applying for disability benefits like SSDI or SSI by telephone, calling the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213.
  • Filing for disability benefits on your laptop or computer, visiting the Social Security Administration website at
  • Or file in person, visiting a Social Security Disability regional representative in your area. To find the nearest Social Security Administration Office, go to the SSA’s website and enter your zip code into the office locator.

The Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) files all reconsiderations, schedules hearings and handles all Appeal Council reviews. If a Virginia Beach claimant is denied either SSDI or SSI, they have 60 days from the date of the denial letter to file their appeal.

ODAR for the Philadelphia Region services the residents in the Mid-Atlantic States of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. You can reach the Philadelphia Regional Office at the address below.

Social Security Administration,
Office of Disability and Adjudication and Review,
4th Floor, 300 Spring Garden Street,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123

Mailing Address:

PO Box 13496, 4th Floor,
Philadelphia, PA 19101

Telephone: (215) 597-9980
Fax: (215) 597-4183

Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR)
for Norfolk (which services Virginia Beach)

Each request for a Social Security Disability hearing is processed by one of the Social Security Administration’s 18 hearing offices. The address and phone number for the Norfolk ODAR office is listed below.

Social Security Administration,
Office of Disability Adjudication and Review,
5850 Lake Herbert Drive, 3rd Floor,
Norfolk, Virginia 23502

Telephone: (866) 931- 9167
Fax: (757) 459- 6733

The Norfolk ODAR Hearing Office services the following Social Security Field Offices in Virginia: Virginia Beach, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach. This office also services Meadville, Pennsylvania and Ashtabula, Ohio.

The Disability Determination Services (DDS) Office, funded entirely through the Social Security Administration (SSA), makes Social Security Disability determinations for claimants in Virginia Beach and throughout the state of Virginia.

Virginia Beach residents with disabilities can apply for SSI and SSDI benefits at their local Social Security Field Offices and their disability applications are forwarded to the DDS Office for review. The Disability Determination Service Offices for the state of Virginia are listed below.

Disability Determination Services,
Administrative Office,
8004 Franklin Farms Dr,< br /> Richmond, VA 23229


Disability Determination Services,
Northern Regional Office ,
11150 Fairfax Blvd. Suite 200,
Fairfax, VA 22030


Disability Determination Services,
Southwest Regional Office ,
111 Franklin Road, SE, Suite 250,
Roanoke, VA 24011


Disability Determination Services,
Central Regional Office ,
9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 200,
Richmond, VA 23233


Disability Determination Services,
Tidewater Regional Office,
5850 Lake Herbert Drive, Suite 200,
Norfolk, VA 23502


The Social Security Administration Field Offices in Virginia Beach perform a full range of services for claimants. Virginia Beach residents may file their SSDI or SSI applications, replace their Social Security cards, or make changes to their benefit information. The Social Security Office for the state of Virginia, in the Virginia Beach area is listed below. You should call the disability office ahead of time to confirm the office can handle your requests.

Social Security Administration,
2875 Sabre St,
Suite 100,
Virginia Beach, VA 23452

Telephone: 1-757-498-8726

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