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Minnesota Social Security Disability Lawyer

If you live in Minnesota

This page provides information useful to residents of the state of Minnesota. Additionally, we include some information on Social Security offices in the capital, St. Paul, and some very useful information on free medical care throughout MN.

The Prairie Home Companion has made Minnesota a household name, but Minnesotans know that from the Boundary Waters Canoe Area to the twin cities, Minneapolis & St. Paul, the great outdoors just might be the main attraction. Lots of farms, means lots of work, and although MN is clearly in the modern world as far as labor goes, we have a very robust work ethic ingrained by our European ancestors. And that ethic has served us well - in both good and bad times. But when an injury stops a citizen from being able to provide for his family, the quality of life for the family involved may suffer. The Social Security Administration is a government program that provides disability insurance for qualified citizens.

Regardless of where in Minnesota you reside, the consequences of a disability are much more than physical discomfort, medical care, loss of function. In addition to the stress of the disability itself, there is the financial strain when the cost of medical bills is added to everyday household expenses. Social Security disability benefits often provide the only way that many MN families are able to stay afloat. Disabled persons owe it to themselves to look into the disability benefits available to them from the Social Security Administration, if they qualify for assistance. While many apply, and few are accepted, your chances improve if you have a genuine disability, have good medical records, file on time, and have documented every requirement to the satisfaction of the panel. This means filing early, because there are many applicants and always a line. But don't let the delays or the paperwork stifle your effort. Read this site and contact your local SSA office (the local office in St. Paul is below) and ask questions. If you need further assistance, you can request help from an experienced lawyer right here.

In order to qualify, you need to prove to the government's satisfaction that you are truly disabled. But it is often a process that can be overwhelming and too much for the average person to handle on their own.

To start the social security disability (SSD) or supplemental security income (SSI) benefits application process, you have several options. You can apply in person at your local Minnesota Social Security Administration office, you can call the national toll-free hotline or you can apply online at the SSA website. Your fourth option is to call a social security disability benefits advocate. While it isn't mandatory to have a disability benefits lawyer help you through every portion of the claims process, their knowledge of SSD and SSI regulations can assist you with avoiding much of the red tape involved in getting your case resolved successfully.

St. Paul, Minnesota Social Security Administration Local Offices

To file for social security benefits in Hennepin and Ramsey Counties:

St. Paul Social Security
190 5th St. E, Suite 800
St. Paul, MN 55101
(800) 772-1213

Minnesota Geographical Factoid:

Because glaciers moved over the area during the ice age, most of Minnesota is comprised of gently rolling plains. Minnesota's geographic center is located in Crow Wing County, 10 miles SW of Brainerd.
Did You Know This Piece of Minnesota Trivia?:

Minnesota has 90,000 miles of shoreline: more than any other state in the country, and more than the states of Florida, California, and Hawaii combined. Which might help explain why Minnesota has more recreational boats per person (one boat for every six people) than any other state.
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