Faster Processing of SSDI Claims for Early-onset Alzheimer’s Patients
The Social Security Administration has added early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease to its “Compassionate Allowance List” or “CAL.” The CAL is a list of serious medical conditions which essentially offers expedited handling of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims for those suffering from a listed condition. That could mean processing of an SSDI application within a couple of weeks, rather than waiting the usual 3 to 5 months for a disability determination. This important announcement was reiterated a the Alzheimer’s Associations website. Click here to read more.
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