Disability Determination Services, commonly called DDS, are state agencies,
funded by the United States Federal Government. Their purpose is to make
disability findings for the Social Security Admin...
If your disability claim is denied or approved, Social Security will send you a
notice of decision in the mail. Most often, if your disability claim has been denied,
Does this mean that my SSDI claim has been approved? I returned ... So if I've
been approved for SsI does that mean my SsDi claim will ultimately be approved
SSDI & SSI · Workers' Compensation · Disabled Veterans ... Checking the status
of your Social Security disability claim can help speed up your .... (If your case
has been decided, the examiner can tell you this, but won't be able to tell you
whether you will be approved -- the Social Security office makes the f...
The Social Security Administration (SSA) notifies, by mail, all individuals who
have applied for disability benefits. If your claim has been approved, you will
receive an award letter. If your ... Thank you so much for everything you did on my
Most people who are approved for Social Security disability benefits receive a
substantial amount of backpay. ... Has the applicant been forced to stop or reduce
work hours? .... There is a mandatory wait period that is applied to SSDI claims.
"I just received a letter stating that my SSDI claim has been approved! ... The
shortest wait time occurs if the individual is awarded SSDI following the initial ...
I have been told it could take up to 24 months to get , that seems like an awful
long time . ... The good thing is that if approved for SSI disability, the payments go
back to the ... When processing a claim the age, educational background, work ...
My understanding is that it might take as long as a year, and that ...
Once approved, when will I get my disability check and how will it be sent to me?
... Typically, the SSA handles this for you, but there have been instances when a
... For those who have made claims since 1997, the exact date on which Social ...
Nov 18, 2012 ... It is likely that the judge who approved your claim changed your onset .... I have
been very surprised to see that most people on SSDI do not ...