The Social Security Administration currently has 157 hearing offices where Administrative Law Judges(ALJ’s) conduct hearings on claims for Social Security Disability Benefits and Supplemental Security Income. When a disabled person files for these benefits, and is denied by SSA, they appeal and eventually can have their claim heard by an ALJ, who will make a new decision on their claim. The Hearing office(Office of Disability Adjudication and Review) in San Bernardino, CA currently handles all of the claims/appeals from Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. The San Bernardino hearing office currently ranks 82nd out of the 157 total hearing offices based on average processing times, with the average person waiting 350 days from the day they file a Request for Hearing appeal until an ALJ makes a decision on their case. At the Law Offices of Riverside Social Security Lawyer William M. Kuntz, we are here for you when you need disability claim help. Call us today at 951-343-3400, or visit us on the web at www.Kuntzsslaw.com.