We do not request reimbursement of costs
(such as repayment for obtaining medical records)
from veterans nor from people who suffer from multiple sclerosis.
The Social Security Disability (SSD) program is for working people who have suffered an injury that resulted in a disability, contracted a disease, or are suffering from a medical condition that leaves them unable to work. This program gives aid to those in need, and can be thought of as a government insurance program that you have earned by paying into the system each time you received a paycheck. Make no mistake – Social Security Disability (SSD) is not a welfare program; you paid for this insurance through working.
Understanding the world of social security disability can be challenging. While our team of experienced attorneys can assist you during each step, we also want to provide tips for individuals looking to get the process started on their own. The main things you’ll need to know when handling social security issues in Camden are the field office, hearing office, and the judges that might hear your case.
You will need to go to your local Social Security field office in order to do several things, such as obtaining a social security card, getting a replacement for a lost or stolen card, or switching direct deposit instructions. The field office for Camden, New Jersey is:
SUITE 100, FIVE EXECUTIVE CAMPUS,
CHERRY HILL, NJ 08002
You can also reach the Camden Social Security office by phone at: 1-800-772-1213. The field office is open on weekdays, Monday through Friday, from 9:00am until 3:30pm.
The Social Security Hearing Office that handles cases from Camden is in Pennsauken, NJ. The address is:
SSA, Office of Disability Adjudication & Review
2475 McClellan Blvd, Pennsauken, New Jersey 08109
You may contact the office via phone at (866) 964-5769 or via fax at (856) 317-3421.
The hearing office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00am until 4:30pm.
When you’re a Camden resident, your social security disability hearing will go before one of nine Administrative Law Judges (ALJs). The nine Administrative Law Judges who can hear your case at the hearing office in Pennsauken are:
|Mc Afoos III, Louis G||Barrett, Mark G||Shoemaker Jr., Daniel W|
|Ferrie, Brian H||Hillegas, Joseph M||Bullard, Christopher K|
|Shellhamer, Daniel N||Timm, Frederick||Wesner, Jonathan L|
Monday : 9am–5pm
Tuesday : 9am–5pm
Wednesday : 9am–5pm
Thursday : 9am–5pm
Friday : 9am–5pm
Saturday : Closed