Continuing Social Security Disability Reviews

The Continuing Disability Evaluation Process Your Social Security disability benefits cannot be terminated unless (with various exceptions) there is substantial evidence that your medical condition has improved and you are now able to engage in Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA). The evaluation of your medical improvement is accomplished by an eight-step sequential process for Title [...]

2019-10-03T07:26:10+05:00September 25th, 2019|Categories: After a favorable decision, Law Library|

Working Part-Time After You’ve Been Found Disabled by the Social Security Administration

Is it possible to work part-time and not lose my disability benefits? Yes. It is possible. However, the full answer to this question depends on how much you earn and what kind of disability benefits you are receiving, either: Social Security disability benefits (sometimes referred to as Social Security Disability Insurance - SSDI), or [...]

2019-10-03T07:31:34+05:00September 25th, 2019|Categories: After a favorable decision, Law Library|

Delayed Social Security Disability Benefits

When It Takes Too Long for Benefits to Be Paid If several months after you have been awarded Social Security disability benefits, the benefits still have not been paid to you, there are three ways to approach the problem: Contact a congressional office. Because Social Security benefit issues come up so often, each Representative [...]

2019-10-03T07:28:00+05:00September 25th, 2019|Categories: After a favorable decision, Law Library|

Frequently Asked Questions After a Favorable Social Security Disability Benefits Decision

Do I have to do anything such as visit the Social Security Office or complete some forms in order to get paid my Social Security disability benefits? No. The Social Security Administration (SSA) will process your claim and send you your benefits automatically. But if you have children who were under age 18 (or [...]

2019-10-03T07:36:03+05:00September 25th, 2019|Categories: After a favorable decision, Law Library|
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