Originally Posted by LIT LOVE
I'm curious if there is a new trend for faster approval with an RSD diagnosis over the past few years. While every case is different, patterns can emerge with enough data. Thank you in advance for partcipating!
Answer Qustions 1-6 if you've been approved or 6-7 if you've not yet been approved.
1. How long did it take you from application to approval?
2. At what level did you receive approval?
3. Date approved
A) Within past year
B) 1-5 years ago
C) 5 + years ago
4. What level did an attorney begin representing you?
5. Your age at application.
A) Under 30
Not Yet Approved
6. How long ago did you apply?
7. What level are you currently at?
Noticed your post. One of the major reasons for longer waits to determine
disablity is due to the back log in claims and not enough judges. Some
states have a bigger backlog resulting in longer waits. I cannot remember
the exact site address but there used to be a listing of the wait times in
various states. Some states have a shorter wait time than others. You
might try googling disablity claims backlogs in various states or something
similiar to see what pops up for you state. I also know in some cases due
to the backlog some claims are being moved to others states.
Hope this helps.