As you probably already know, the road to being approved for disability benefits is long. This is because of the huge back log Social Security is currently facing. Because each Social Security office has thousands of claims pending at any given moment it is important to regularly check with Social Security to ensure that your application hasn’t slipped through the cracks. It also can give you peace of mind knowing exactly what is going on with your claim.

Call Your Salt Lake City Disability Attorney

If you are already a client of ours you can rest easy knowing that your case manager is regularly checking the status of your claim. If you would like to know where your claim is simply call, text, or email your case manager for a status update. Calls and texts can be made to (888) 765-8644.

How Can I Check the Status of my Disability Claim online?

You also have the option of checking your status online. You will need to log in to your Social Security Account to see your status. If you do not have an account you will need to set one up. If you need help with this your case manager will be happy to set one up for you. Once you are logged in you will be able to access:

  • Whether the SSA has made a decision on your claim
  • The location of the office that is currently reviewing your claim
  • The date and time of any scheduled hearings
  • The date SSA received your application and appeal
  • Your re-entry number for you pending online application or appeal that has not yet been completed

How else can I Check the Status of my Disability Claim?

You can always check the status of your disability claim by calling your local Social Security office. To find the contact information for your office click here. Be advised you may have to wait on hold for several minutes before reaching a representative.

Call a Social Security Disability Advocate Today

If you are looking to apply for disability or need help with your pending disability claim call us today. Having an experienced SSDI attorney will greatly improve your chances of being approved for benefits. We chare $0 up front and will only accept a fee if we are able to get you benefits. Call today for your free evaluation.



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