Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “I just received notification that the Social Security Administration is going to perform a Continuing Disability Review (CDR) on my claim. I am worried. Does this mean I am going to lose my SSDI benefits?”
Claimants who receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) have been determined disabled by the Social Security Administration (SSA) due to a severe health condition which is expected to last 12 continuous months and does not allow them to perform substantial gainful activity.
Filing for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits can be confusing and unnecessarily difficult. Millions of claimants file for benefits each year, but many do so without the proper information or help to win SSDI disability benefits.
Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “I am trying to file for SSDI disability but no one seems to want to help me. I have gone online, but the information is confusing. Can you help?”
Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “If I am about to reach my full retirement age but I am currently receiving Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI) will I continue to receive both SSDI and my SSA retirement benefit or will I just keep receiving just my SSDI benefit?”
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is awarded to claimants who are less than their full retirement age and who have a severe health condition which is expected to last at least 12 continuous months and will not allow them to continue to work at a substantial and gainful level.
Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “I have a disability hearing coming up in a few months and I have been told I need to hire a disability lawyer. What I am wondering, however, is whether or not the lawyer will really do anything that I cannot do myself? Do I really even need legal help?”