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How Consultative Physical or Mental Evaluations are Conducted during the Covid-19 pandemic

Due to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic,  the Social Security Administration will be scheduling limited in person physical consultative medical examinations (CE)s conducted by internists in Atlanta, GA. As far as consultative psychological CEs, some will be conducted virtually by telephone or by video and some are in person. An employee from the Professional Responsibility division of Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency at Disability Adjudication Services told me that they will be focusing on scheduling CEs for those social security disability claimants, SSI, SSDI, Disabled Adult Child, Widows/Widowers benefits, with critical cases. https://gvs.georgia.gov/disability-adjudication-services

Here is what the Social Security Administration considers critical cases : www.ssa.gov/OP_Home/hallex/I-02/I-2-1-40.html

1. Terminal cases

2. Veteran 100 Percent Permanent and Total Disability

3. Military Casualty/Wounded Warrior Case sustained while on active duty status on or after October 1, 2001

4.  Compassionate Allowance                                    https://secure.ssa.gov/apps10/poms.nsf/lnx/0411005604

5. Dire Need if the claimant is unable to obtain food, medicine, medical care or shelter.

6. Claimant is suicidal, homicidal or potentially violent

If you are a disabled adult, child or vet, call our disability attorneys and staff at 404-479-4431 or visit www.kathleenflynnlaw.com to file appeals for service connected veterans benefits or SSI/SSDI applications, requests for reconsideration, requests for hearing, requests for review of unfavorable ALJ decisions with Appeals Council briefs and to pursue cases in US District Court  #socialsecurity #ssdi #ssi #disability #disabilities #widow #widower #lawyer #attorney #ssiattorneys #ssilawyers #childssi #childdac #consultativephysicalevaluation #consultativementalevaluation #consultativephysicalexamination #consultativementalexamination

 

 

 

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