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What If My Benefits Are Revoked?
Posted in: Application Process on August 9th, 2011

denied benefitsWhen you get accepted to either receive Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income, you will then be subject to periodic Continuing Disability Reviews. These reviews are meant to ensure that you still qualify for benefits.  In the event that your condition has improved and you are found not disabled, the Social Security Administration will then remove you from the program.

What Can I Do?

If you feel that you have been wrongly removed from either Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income benefits, you are entitled to a face-to-face meeting with the person who makes the final decision on your case.  If after the interview your benefits are still denied, you can then take your case before a judge.  Should this end up happening to you, it is a good idea to bring along legal representation.

Once your disability benefits have been terminated due to being found able to work, you are then entitled to two months’ worth of payment after the date of being found ineligible for continuing benefits.  This, of course, assumes that your benefits are being terminated due to the fact that you are judged ineligible, and not that you are being uncooperative.  If the Social Security Administration revokes your benefits for not cooperating with the Continuing Disability Reviews, your benefits will be terminated immediately.

If even after the hearing with the judge you are denied benefits, you are welcome to apply for the program again, but the likelihood of getting your benefits back is relatively low.

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