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Erie County Department of Social Services: Legal Advocacy for the Disabled (LAD):

http://www2.erie.gov/socialservices/index.php?q=legal-advocacy-disabled

Quienes Somos

The Legal Advocacy for the Disabled (LAD) Unit of the Erie County Department of Social Services is dedicated solely to assisting low-income persons with the Social Security Administration's Disability application process. Services include: Assessment of potential disability claim; Filing of applications; Development of supporting evidence; Representation at hearings, and: Filing of appeals. Our LAD attorneys and paralegals with clerical support staff provide these services free of charge.

A Quién Servimos

Área(s)
  • Erie Condado
Cirumstances e idiomas en los que se proporcionan intérpretes

We now provide on-site translation services thanks to the recent installation of "Language Line. This phone service permits us to call a central number and connect, in a conference call format, with an individual who is able to provide real time translation in most languages.

¿Es esta organización accesible en silla de ruedas?
¿Esta organización proporciona acceso para personas con discapacidad auditiva?
No

Tipo de ayuda

Este grupo proporciona los siguientes tipos de servicios basados en sus necesidades legales y sus recursos:
  • Plena Representación Legal
Descripción de los Servicios

Most referrals come from caseworkers within the Erie County Social Services Department. However, we also take referrals from treatment providers, the Erie County Bar Association, other attorneys, the Social Security Administration and from non-profits in the community when they have identified individuals who may have fallen through the cracks. So, there are very likely potential claimants who have not been identified. In this case, referrals are welcome.

Instrucciones de Emergencia

What is an Emergency? When an individual is denied benefits by SSA after having applied on his/her own or having had a former representative drop the case. The clock is running on filing the appeal.

We will advise the claimant to file the appeal on his/her own immediately and schedule an appointment as soon as possible to establish representation.

Cómo obtener ayuda

Usted puede comunicarse con esta organización a través de:

Teléfono +

Teléfono
(716) 858-2270
Horas
Lunes
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Martes
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Miércoles
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Jueves
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Viernes
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Documentos

After submitting the Request for Representative form, a paralegal will schedule a time for the client's intake interview and send out a letter advising what to bring to the appointment. These include: Birth Certificate, medications, list of doctors, counselors, hospitals, clinics, and proof of immigration status if not US-born.

Información

Walk-ins or phone callers must complete a Request for a Representative Form, that we provide. It is processed as though it were a referral. Upon receipt of a referral, the Unit's Director will review it and check our internal database to see if the individual is a current/past client. He will then assign the case to one of the paralegals engaged in intake and case development.

Información General Contacto

Dirección
Erie County Department of Social Services: Legal Advocacy for the Disabled (LAD):
95 Franklin (map)
Rath Building, 11th floor
Buffalo, NY 14202
Teléfono
(716) 858-2270
Sitio web
http://www2.erie.gov/socialservices/index.php?q=legal-advocacy-disabled
Última revisión y actualización: Feb 24, 2018

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