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SPEEDING UP Social Security disability benefit processing after a win

Congratulations! You have won your Social Security disability case and have been approved for SSI! You have read my article about when you should get paid. But, weeks have gone by and you still have not heard anything from your local Social … Continue reading

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Super fast Social Security disability benefits

One of my readers asked: I had my hearing 2 weeks ago in Denver. The judge made an immediate favorable decision. My lawyer told me that most people get their benefits before they even receive the decision. I’m waiting patiently. … Continue reading

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The Social Security disability hearing decision says my case will be reviewed in 12 months

In some disability decisions, the judge ask Social Security to review the case, sometimes as short as six months, sometimes the judge asks for a review in a couple of years. I thought you said that most Social Security disability … Continue reading

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Save yourself a trip to Social Security – Use SSA Online!

Before you put yourself through the drudgery of going down to your local Social Security office, check the Social Security website to see if you can take care of your problem without going in.   There are a lot of things you … Continue reading

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What happens after the Social Security disability hearing

What happens after Social Security finds you disabled

  After waiting months (even years) to get your Social Security disability hearing, and then months more to get the decision, you finally have it!  Social Security has found you disabled. It is “Favorable” (either Fully Favorable or Partly Favorable). … Continue reading

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I won my SSI case, now Social Security want to pay me in installments?!?

A lot of things happen after you approved for Supplemental Security Income benefits. First, Social Security needs to review your financial eligibility. Second, Social Security must reimburse the State for any interim assistance you received while waiting for your SSI decision. In … Continue reading

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