Social Security Disability Status
You're finished filing for Social Security Disability; you're probably wondering what happens next, right? Once you've filed your Social Security Disability claim with the SSA office, it is sent to the state disability processing agency (DDS) for a medical decision. Unfortunately, the DDS has no set time frame in which to process your disability claim, and it could be anywhere from forty-five to sixty days after filing before you find out the status of your Social Security Disability claim.
Once a hearing is requested, the status of your claim could be up in the air for over 18 months. Although the Social Security Administration is making strides to improve the wait time, a decision cannot come quick enough for some of our clients.
Leave the Worrying to Us
Filing for Social Security Disability is stressful enough without worrying about the status of your claim for the next few months. Many people turn to attorneys or advocates for help. At Binder & Binder®, the national Social Security Disability advocates, we can take over the burden of the benefits process. Our strength makes life a little more comfortable for our many thousands of clients, some of whom are living on the edge, waiting for SSD benefits. As Charles Binder says in our television commercials: "We'll deal with the government. You have enough to worry about."
We will stay on top of your claim every step of the way and keep you up-to-date with everything involving your claim for Social Security Disability. We can also help you with all the initial paperwork and forms, the Social Security Disability appeal process, and much more. Even if you've already had an application denied, we may still be able to win your case.
For complete details on our services our advocates provide, call Binder & Binder® at 1-800-66-BINDER or contact us online for a free initial consultation. Don't ever give up.
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Meet Charles E. Binder
Most people have probably seen Charles Binder on TV. He's the guy in the cowboy hat saying, "We'll deal with the government; you have enough to worry about." Read an interview with the man underneath the hat, Social Security Disability (SSD) lawyer Charles E. Binder. Read More