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Medical Evidence for Occupational Disability Annuity
(Posted September 21, 2013)
Question 1056: What kind of medical evidence is needed to establish entitlement for an Occupational Disability Annuity?
Answer: The Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) will gather medical evidence from several sources including your last rail employer, your personal physician, any hospital records and, if deemed necessary, special examinations ordered and paid for by the RRB.
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