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Old 09-29-2011, 09:18 PM   #1
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Will I lose my back pay if I start a new claim?

I was denied at hearing level. I want to start a new claim with same the onset date, which is June 2008. If I file a new claim with that same onset what will happen??? Can some one calculate that for me?

 
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Re: Will I lose my back pay if I start a new claim?

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I was denied at hearing level. I want to start a new claim with same the onset date, which is June 2008. If I file a new claim with that same onset what will happen??? Can some one calculate that for me?
I responded to your 1st post with this same title. Perhaps, you did not see it.

http://www.healthboards.com/boards/showthread.php?p=4851404#post4851404

 
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Old 09-29-2011, 10:26 PM   #3
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Re: Will I lose my back pay if I start a new claim?

I just read the link you posted but Im still confused. Can you help me? I wanna know If I file a new claim can I still use my 1st aod that I used on my 1st claim?

 
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Re: Will I lose my back pay if I start a new claim?

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I was denied at hearing level. I want to start a new claim with same the onset date, which is June 2008. If I file a new claim with that same onset what will happen??? Can some one calculate that for me?
if its the same condition with the same onset date,I dont think I would file a new claim because yes you will lose retroactive benefits and only the time on the new claim will count.

 
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I just read the link you posted but Im still confused. Can you help me? I wanna know If I file a new claim can I still use my 1st aod that I used on my 1st claim?
The answer to that question is yes. You can still use the same AOD but your initial application date will be the date you file the new application. Even tho SS may approve your AOD, the will only go back one year prior to the application date. If you are going to file another application, the sooner the better IMO. HTH

 
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The answer to that question is yes. You can still use the same AOD but your initial application date will be the date you file the new application. Even tho SS may approve your AOD, the will only go back one year prior to the application date. If you are going to file another application, the sooner the better IMO. HTH
thanks for explaining it better than I did. the risk is also there that if there is no new evidence or worsening of the original condition that a denial will be issued again.but if a new claim is the route chosen the sooner the better . you are correct.

 
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