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  • Had my hearing today, now just have to wait on Judges decision.

  • Osimi Sea view apartment is positioned near 51B, 51C street is very convenient transportation, near pre-school, elementary school, secondary school. 1 km from Chi Linh beach, 3 km from Thuy Van beach, 200m from market place, near Chi Linh market; Training ground and 27 holes golf course, gym, pool; Resorts, relaxation, bathing only 1kmOsimi sea…[Read more]

  • The approval process for Social Security Disability is often tedious, long, and frustrating. It’s a great feeling when you finally get that acceptance letter in your mailbox after months of back and forth with the […]

  • Hello and sorry for my slow reply, for some reason notifications of posts are not getting to my inbox. Having something like that happen to me is my biggest fear! Who are they to randomly just decide you are “cured”!? I feel your frustration. I can’t imagine having to start all over. Have you had any updates?

  • @ Unknown: I agree with Sunshine in that it could be a waste of time and 100% continuous ongoing treatment is not a determining facto.. It can be helpful though to receive ongoing treatment and sending them any updated information you might have for treatment. For instance, have you been seeing a psychiatrist, psychologist or therapist for…[Read more]

  • @Roarkewow: Hello and I hope things are going well for you. Any updates? I would contact your attorney “just to follow-up” and see what they say. Sorry for my slow reply again, the notification went to my junk mail (grrrrrr……) We aren’t junk! lol

  • Roarkewow replied to the topic Waiting game! in the forum General Discussion 9 months ago

    Yes I have a SSID lawyer from the beginning, have friend that went through the process and she recommended me getting a lawyer. I was told by the Social Security Department that it is now 19 months.

  • Ann Moore started the topic Waiting again in the forum General Discussion 9 months ago

    We are currently waiting for the second time. My husband has chronic leukemia. They can’t deny that. But, he has always worked about 20 hours a month just for his personal pocket money, no where near SS limit on what you can earn. We fought it in 2011 and won and got back pay. Lived 3 years receiving benefits starting to get our financial lives…[Read more]

  • In 2017 new rules for the evaluation of mental disorders by the Social Security Administration (SSA) went into effect. The SSA has not revised the rules for SSDI mental disorders since 1990. Rules changes were […]

  • Sounds like Quality Review and a decision is on the horizon! Keep in mind that QR is not an indicator or either approval or denial, it could still go either way. But the good news is that if it’s an approval, the OQR statiscally reverses/returns less than 10% of decisions. Next thing hopefully is your award letter and/or call/letter from the l…[Read more]

  • Hello and welcome! I’m sorry I missed your post, for some reason I wasn’t notified. It does seem like it goes on forever! Being told 12 months you probably had a countdown going in your head and couldn’t wait for March to come, then changed to 19 months was probably a huge bummer! 😐 I felt like I waited in the dark for so many months. Are you…[Read more]

  • I first filed in Nov of 2015, was denied and again denied for Reconsideration, asked for hearing on 2/22/2016, was told it was about an 12 month wait, now being told it’s a 19 month wait. Seems like it goes on and on forever.

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  • If you file for social security disability benefits and need to prove the extent of pain for your case, you may be asked to complete a SSDI Pain Questionnaire.  This might come with other forms for you to […]

  • If you aren’t familiar with social security disability programs, this brief summary will provide a general outline of the type of benefits and application process. It will cover some of the basic terminology used […]

  • Here are some useful tips!

    1st – When submitting medical evidence to DDS by fax or email, always use the barcode initially mailed to you in the introduction letter. This letter comes approximately 7-14 business days after clearing your local office. Often examiners will not include evidence due to the lack of barcode. If you don’t have the b…[Read more]

  • Here are some useful tips!

    1st – When submitting medical evidence to DDS by fax or email, always use the barcode initially mailed to you in the introduction letter. This letter comes approximately 7-14 business days after clearing your local office. Often examiners will not include evidence due to the lack of barcode. If you don’t have the b…[Read more]

  • Your diagnosis does not automatically mean you can be awarded disability benefits. For SSDI, the loss of your ability to perform work is evaluated. It’s important to identify how a diagnosed condition or determinable impairment causes limited function or restricts you from performing work related tasks. Be prepared to describe what causes your…[Read more]

  • Your diagnosis does not automatically mean you can be awarded disability benefits. For SSDI, the loss of your ability to perform work is evaluated. It’s important to identify how a diagnosed condition or determinable impairment causes limited function or restricts you from performing work related tasks. Be prepared to describe what causes your…[Read more]

  • Estimated benefits: Not Available

    When you have a pending SSI/SSDI claim your estimated benefits will not show in your my Social Security account. The message displayed says “We cannot provide you estimates because you recently applied for Social Security benefits or Medicare.”

  • Estimated benefits: Not Available

    When you have a pending SSI/SSDI claim your estimated benefits will not show in your my Social Security account.

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