Will I Have to Explain My Onset Date?

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As you may have learned from one of our previous blog posts, making sure that you have the correct Alleged Onset Date (“onset date” or “AOD”) of your disability when you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (“SSDI” or “disability benefits”), is critical. The Date You Allege You Became Permanently Disabled. To quickly review, your AOD is the date … Read More

How to Choose Your Onset Date.

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If you are applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (“SSDI” or “disability benefits”) it is vital that you get one thing right: your Alleged Onset Date (“onset date” or “AOD”). The date you put down on your application as your AOD can influence whether or not you are awarded benefits, and it is critical to determining how much money … Read More

Why Your Alleged Onset Date (“AOD”) is Important to Your Case.

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When you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (“SSDI”) benefits, one of the most important questions you must answer is when your disability started. The date that you give in answer to this question is called your “Alleged Onset Date” (or “AOD” sometimes also referred to as “onset date”). What Does the Social Security Administration Mean by “Alleged Onset Date”? … Read More

Social Security Disability and the Onset Date

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Social Security and the Onset Date By James Pavisian, Attorney Parmele Law Firm, P.C. When you file for social security disability, the Social Security Administration will ask you when you believe you became legally disabled. This date is the “onset date.” As a social security disability attorney in Topeka, KS, I know that identifying a proper onset date is not … Read More