At Carmichael Law Group, we help clients with Social Security Disability claims nationwide. If you need the assistance of an attorney for your claim, contact us now.
You can find specific information about the local field office listed below:
Social Security operates hundreds of local field offices throughout the United States that provide assistance with the full range of services provided by the Social Security Administration on a local basis. With respect to the filing of a disability application, the Social Security Field Office helps process the beginning stages of the disability claim before it is sent out to a State Agency to make the initial disability determinations.
The Auburn, Alabama Social Security Field Office located at 2454 East University Drive, Auburn, AL 36830 provides services to disabled claimants living in Lee, Chambers, Bullock, and Macon Counties and includes the following cities: Auburn, Opelika, Lanett, Valley, Union Springs, Midway, and Tuskegee. The direct telephone number for the Auburn Field Office is 1-877-512-3857 and the direct fax number is 1-833-950-3505.
If your disability claim is denied at the two rounds of initial determinations, the next step in the adjudicative process would be to file a Request for Hearing by Administrative Law Judge. If you live in the cities and counties above, the Social Security Hearing Office that has jurisdiction of the request for hearing appeal is the Montgomery Hearing Office located at 4344 Carmichael Road, Suite 200, Montgomery, AL 36106. The direct telephone number for the Montgomery Hearing Office is 1-866-931-9032 and the direct fax number is 1-833-499-0271.
Carmichael Disability Law proudly represents disabled claimants assigned to the Auburn, Alabama Social Security Field Office and the Montgomery Hearing Office. We can begin assisting disabled claimants as soon as you file a disability application with Social Security. If a physical or mental condition(s) prevents you from working, please give us a call today. We want to help you WIN YOUR DISABLITY CASE.