If you are currently waiting to hear back from the Social Security Administration
regarding a disability claim, then you may be curious as to the status
of that claim at present. Once you submit your claim with the local Disability
Determination Services office, you will want to check on the status of
the paperwork to make sure that your case is not being neglected. There
are a variety of ways to check on the status if your claim, but the best
way may be to call the office toll-free.
You can also call the Disability Determination Services office that is
located in your state. When you call this office, you can typically speak
with a representative who will tell you your status and whether or not
any documents are missing. Oftentimes the SSA is so overwhelmed that they
will simply neglect any claims that are missing information or paperwork.
This can be devastating if you are relying on approval in order to make
ends meet in your house financially.
By calling the Disability Determination Services office on a regular basis,
you can keep the workers’ accountable and make sure that they are
doing their job regarding your case. When you call, you will want to state
your name and the case number of the disability claim that you filed.
Ask whether or not the case is being reviewed and whether it has been
approved or denied. If the case is pending, then you may want to speak
to the DDS officer that will review your case. Contact an attorney today
if you want more information. At the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, you can secure
a reliable and helpful SSDI attorney to help you if your case is not being
heard or if you were rejected for SSDI.
Contact a lawyer today for more information!