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Louisiana - SSDI Attorney - SSD / SSI Benefits - Social Security Administration ( SSA ).

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Published on Mar 7, 2010

Call 1-800-667-5734 or visit the premiere Social Security website at: http://www.SocialSecurityDisability.com

How long does it take to get SSD / SSI Benefits

The Social Security Administration or SSA does have special provisions to speed up a case in which a person is terminally ill; these cases can be speeded up quite rapidly but given the amount of time to process the checks and so forth it is very unlikely that a person can receive a check in probably less than about two months. But how long does a typical case take? The answer is it depends on which level of this appeal process the case is won. At the initial level, I would say that people sometimes fairly frequently get checks within four or five months of the date of their SSI / SSD application. Now what happens if you have to go to a hearing with a social Security Disability Judge? The answer to how long really depends on a number of factors. There are approximately a thousand Social Security Judges in the country with probably a hundred and twenty five or more offices. These various offices all have backlogs. So how long does it take to get to a hearing? Some of the cases in some states you can get to a hearing in maybe seven or eight months after your application. In other parts of the country where the Judges are very far behind you could be talking about two and a half or three years. So how long it takes depends on a lot of factors including unfortunately in what part of the country you happen to live. The best way to make sure your SSI / SSD claim is handled properly is to make sure you are represented by a seasoned Social Security Disability attorney.

If you live in Shreveport, Minden, Ruston, Monroe, West Monroe, Tallulah, Deridder, Eunice, Opelousas, Ville Platte, Bogalusa, Alexandria, Leesville, Baker, Bastrop, Bossier City, Gonzales, Gretna, Hammond, Lake Providence, Minden, Natchitoches, Westwego, Pineville, Sulphur, Lake Charles, Jennings, Rayne, Crowley, Abbeville, New Iberia, Franklin, Morgan City, Thibodaux, Houma, New Orleans, Mandeville, Breaux Bridge, Covington, Denham Springs, Donaldsonville, Harahan, Kenner, Lafayette, Metairie, Plaquemine, Port Allen, Slidell, Baton Rouge, Zachary, Grand Isle place a call to 800-667-5734 and submit your application to have your claim reviewed by a professional disability claims lawyer.

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