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Pending Decision Approval


mcoleman5

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Here is my question: On eBenefits my claim went to pending decision approval on the 30th of July. However, about 10 days later, I notice this message: Change of Status: We determined that your claim needed additional review. If additional evidence is needed from you, you will receive a letter from us explaining what is needed. However, the claim is still at Pending decision approval, with this message. Can someone tell me if this is good or bad news? I was hoping my claim was almost finished when it went to this stage, but now I'm began to worry. I am at 90% if that help any

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Sometimes it needs an ace review or clarification of an exam that you had. The doctors sometimes don't explain or give rationale of what they said in exam report. Normal process nothing unusual.

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