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The case processing time in the Social Insurance Court varies. Currently, the average case processing time is between seven and eight months. Some cases take longer, and it is difficult to predict when a case will be decided. The Social Security Court will normally give priority to processing the oldest cases first. The case processing time is affected by, among other things, the number of cases received, the scope and nature of the case, the composition of the court and the resources available at the Social Insurance Court.

Cases concerning disability benefits and work clearance allowance will often require that the court be settled with both a medical and rehabilitation-skilled court member. This leads to a somewhat longer case processing time in these cases.

Cases concerning disability benefits and work clearance allowance will often require that the court be settled with both a medical and rehabilitation-skilled court member. This leads to a somewhat longer case processing time in these cases.

Cases concerning disability benefits and work clearance allowance will often require that the court be settled with both a medical and rehabilitation-skilled court member. This leads to a somewhat longer case processing time in these cases.

Cases concerning disability benefits and work clearance allowance will often require that the court be settled with both a medical and rehabilitation-skilled court member. This leads to a somewhat longer case processing time in these cases.

Cases concerning disability benefits and work clearance allowance will often require that the court be settled with both a medical and rehabilitation-skilled court member. This leads to a somewhat longer case processing time in these cases.