Lancaster, Calif., is located in the high desert area of northern Los Angeles County. It is the 30th largest city in California and the principal city in Antelope Valley. Lancaster had a population of 156,633 people in 2010, according to the U.S. Census, making it the largest on the California side of the Mojave Desert. Lancaster is approximately 70 miles north of downtown Los Angeles.
The high desert area of California includes the northeast portion of Los Angeles County, the eastern part of Kern County and most of San Bernardino County.
Lancaster is located east of Interstate 5 on California State Route 14, also known as Antelope Valley Freeway.
Lancaster is home to several institutions of higher education, including Antelope Valley College, a satellite campus of California State University Bakersfield-Antelope Valley.
Lancaster has become the cultural epicenter of northern Los Angeles County with a Performing Arts Center that offers world-class entertainment. The Prime Desert Woodland Preserve, located in West Lancaster, is dedicated to environmental education about the High Desert area.
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The process of obtaining SSDI and SSI benefits can be frustrating for applicants going it alone. Dr. LaTour’s background as a clinical psychologist gives him and his firm a distinct advantage in appealing cases to the Social Security Disability agencies and presenting cases to the administrative law judges to secure the SSDI benefits you need.
Contact us today at (800) 803-5090 or through our online form for a free review of your SSDI claim. You won’t owe us anything until you receive SSDI or SSI benefits.
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