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What Does A Partially Favorable Decision Mean For Social Security Disability Benefits?

Attorney Brent L. Klender March 28, 2024

As a Claimant following an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearing, the Disabled Individual may receive a Partially Favorable Decision from the Social Security Administration. Whereas a Partially Favorable Decision means that the claim for benefits was approved, but typically from a different Alleged Onset Date (AOD) of disability from what was initially set by the Disabled Individual when first applying for benefits. The date used in awarding a Partially Favorable Decision is generally supported by the medical evidence submitted to the record and relied upon by the adjudicator. Having an experienced disability attorney assisting you with your case can advise you on how to proceed when a Partially Favorable Decision has been issued in your claim.

Attorney Brent Klender has represented Disabled Individuals with their claims for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for over 20 years.

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