If after this entire process, your claim is finally approved, they will once again Close the claim, and DDS will send it back to the Field Office. From there, the Field Office personnel make some computer entries, and the award process is pretty much automated. If you’re approved, you’ll receive a document from Social Security called a Notice of Award. The Notice of Award will break down your award figures, start date for disability, and other post award information.
Statistically, the SSA approves about 35% of claims at the Initial Application level. Don’t chance it and try this on your own, call the Social Security Law Group today.[/LARGE_CTA]