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Disability benefits and EODs

Indiana residents who submit an initial claim for Social Security Disability benefits and who have their claim approved will then have their established date of onset calculated. The EOD is the date which the Social Security Administration determines to be when the applicant's disability began.

SSD decisions after medical examinations

Some Indiana residents who are applying for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration may be required to undergo an examination by a Social Security physician. The exams are arranged by disability examiners so that they have current medical information about claimants who have no medical records or no current records. A consultative medical examination may also be required if the severity of a claimant's condition has to be verified. When claimants have their examinations scheduled has no bearing on when they will get their disability benefits.

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