In today’s world, many people look for instant gratification. The world is moving a lot faster today than it was 20 years ago when I started practicing law. The Internet and cell phones have made it possible for information and goods to transfer much more quickly. In fact, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has taken advantage of this by making it possible for people to submit an application for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits online but how long does it take to get an answer to a Missouri disability application?
Nonetheless, anyone who submits an online application for SSD benefits need to temper their expectations about the speed they will receive an answer to their disability application. The SSA in Springfield Missouri is dealing with a backlog of applications for SSD benefits, although the agency is working to process those applications as quickly as possible.
But, how quickly can you expect to hear an answer from the SSA regarding SSD benefits? Well, according to the SSA website, the timeframe could vary depending on a variety of factors. Perhaps, the most important factor, however, is the nature of the person’s disability. 3-8 months are not uncommon.
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In most cases the only thing that an applicant can do is to make sure that the application is as complete as possible upon the initial submission. This means that all of the requisite medical information is included, as well as the contact information for doctors or other medical professionals so that the SSA can retrieve further documentation, if needed.
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That’s why I created a service I’m calling My 5 Point “Accept No Limits” Consultation – it has a real retail value of $299, but because I want to help as many people as I can get the answers they need during times of extreme hardship and difficulty, I’m making a limited number of these available at absolutely no charge. All you need to do is call my office at (417) 883-5886 or Toll Free 1800 345-0535 reserve your spot.
Here are the different elements of what you’ll experience during this in-depth consultation:
- A Real, Live Face-to-Face Meeting. We’ll meet face-to-face to discuss the specific details of your disability . You won’t be filling out a web-based data entry form, sending an email, sitting on hold waiting for a real human to answer – you and I will sit down in a room and talk things through. We’ll get to know each other the old-fashioned way – where we can share and learn from each other.
- A Comprehensive Situational Assessment. I’ll let you tell your story in your own words – you talk, I listen.
- A Preliminary Documentation Review. I’ll conduct a preliminary review of any supporting documentation you have that’s relevant to the situation.
- An Honest and Open Q&A Session. I’ll answer any questions that you may have. I’ll be open, honest, and do everything I can to answer your questions to the best of my ability.
- Your Customized “Next Steps to Fairness” Proposal. Finally, after going over your situation, I’ll lay out in clear, easy-to-understand language, what I see as the strengths and weaknesses of your claim. In addition, you’ll walk away with specific suggestions on what I see as your best course of action moving forward.
GUARANTEE: While I can’t guarantee ultimate results, I will guarantee our conversation will provide clear, actionable information that you can use to move forward with confidence knowing you’ve received timely and prudent advice.
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