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Speeding Up Social Security Disability Claims - U.S. Sun

As most who have applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits will tell you, it often takes 3 to 5 months to get a decision from the Social Security Administration. And to add to that frustration, about 2/3rds of all SSDI applications are initially denied. Waiting 3 to 5 months only to find out your application has been denied is, to say the least, upsetting. There are, however, ways to speed up your application and improve your chances of approval, especially if your disability is particularly debilitating or dire. These suggestions are revealed in this article by Anthony Russo appearing in The U.S. Sun periodical. What isn’t mentioned in the article, however, is that Social Security maintains a “Compassionate Allowance List” (CAL) which defines over 200 disability conditions which will cause your disability application to be fast-tracked. Click here to see Social Security’s Compassionate Allowance List, and click here to read the U.S. Sun article about how to speed up your SSDI application.

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