Rhode Island Social Security Disability:  Lawyers, How to Apply and ODAR Address.

On this page I will discuss Social Security Disability in Rhode Island.  Lawyers, how to apply and were hearings are held will be discussed on this page.

Do you need an attorney or representative for your particular SSDI or SSI claim?  The answer to this question is a matter of personal choice.  If you decide not to hire a lawyer you should become as knowledgeable as you can about the Social Security Disability process and how Social Security determines if you are disabled.  A good start is to read this website.  The advantage to having a lawyer who has handled many disability claims is that they have an understanding of the process and what you have to prove to win.  The obvious disadvantage is that you have to pay a lawyer if you win your case.  Most attorneys and non-attorney representatives get paid 25% of past due benefits not to exceed $5300 if they win your case and don't get paid if they lose.

If you are looking for a lawyer click link below and fill out form.  We handle cases nationwide but if you are looking for a local lawyer pleas note that on form.
Find a lawyer for SSDI or SSI claim in RI.


Below is the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review or ODAR for Rhode Island.  The towns listed under it is were the local SSA offices are in RI.

To start your claim in RI for SSDI or SSI you can go to any of the local SSA offices.  I recommend calling 1-800-772-1213 first and making an appointment so you don't have to wait as long.  If your claim is for SSDI you can also apply on-line, make a phone appointment or get a lawyer to send it in.

SSA, Office of Disability Adjudication and Review
155 Westminster Street, Suite 1000W
10th Floor
Providence, Rhode Island 02903 
Telephone: (401) 272-0987
Fax: (401) 272-3052

Services the following Social Security Field Offices:

Pawtucket, Providence, Newport, Warwick, Woonsocket

We have attempted to provide up to date and accurate information, however the information in this site is not guaranteed.  No attorney client relationship exist.  The information in this site is not a substitute for consultation with a qualified attorney.
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