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I called today to check on the status of claim. Voicemail for my caseworker said she no longer works there. Called 800#, nice lady said my case was closed July 11th and it is at local SSA offie. I had called on the the 11th, to verify they had received all medical records, as the week before, they had not.

I have not had an interview, but submitted very recent medical records showing I use a cane to walk, because of 2 knee replacements on same knee, and take medications for chronic pain. They did not call anyone I listed on the form either.

Any ideas??

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Hi DDWUSN,

I was told that my case was Decided on the 18th of July they would not tell me over the phone but it was at the local SS Office So I went down to the office and asked for a copy of the letter for the Bank. . . It Worked. . . I walked out with the Approval Letter. But it is a Go

See if it will work for you Good Luck, Remember you Payed for it

Sgt Mac

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DDWUSN,

have you obtained a statement from an MD that states you are not able to perform even sedentary work and that this is not likely to change?.

Contact them again and find out who your claim is now assigned to. No answer? Ask to speak to the supervisor.

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allan, they said the case was closed on the 11th and sent to the local office.

I called the SSA line, and they said it was at quality review, and I should be hearing something soon, and good luck.

Yes, the Doctor's have said no sedentary work. No driving or sitting over 30 minutes, without a 15 minute break. No prolobged standing or walking. And 5 of the 6 daily medications I take state not to operate motof vehicle while taking. So the claim is assigned to quality review and she said if I go to the main office they may, or may not tell me.

Good news to you sgt mac, I am hopeful that less than 6 weeks from original claim, to it being closed is a good sign!

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