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Overview of Disability

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Mental Disability Benefits

Denials for Disability

Appeals for denied claims

Disability Benefits from SSA

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Child Disability Benefits

Qualifications and How to Qualify

Working and Disability

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Disability Lawyers, Hiring Attorneys

Social Security List of Conditions

What Social Security considers disabling

Medical Evidence and Disability

Filing for Disability Benefits

Eligibility for Disability Benefits

SSD SSI Definitions



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Advice for a Social Security Disability Continuing Review




 
If it is time for your continuing disability review (most disability beneficiaries have a review every three years), the Social Security Administration will contact you and you will most likely be notified of the review by letter. The letter will either ask you to fill out the enclosed paperwork and return it by a certain date, or inform you that you have been scheduled for a telephone appointment, or face to face interview with a claims representative at your local Social Security office.

Whatever the method of contact, make sure that you respond to the Social Security contact person mentioned in the letter. If you have been scheduled for a telephone interview, or in-person interview, and you know that you will be unable to complete the necessary information at that time, you should call and ask to have your continuing disability review appointment changed to a more convenient date.

The continuing disability review paperwork is the same for all contact methods. What information does the continuing disability review paperwork request? Well, for one thing, you will need to provide your physicians' names, addresses, and treatment dates since your last review or decision (if this is your first review). If you have engaged in any type of work activity, be prepared to give details as to the length of time you worked, how many hours per week you worked, your hourly pay, and what your job duties were, or are.

If you are prepared with the above information, your interview should go smoothly and take only a few minutes. Remember, if you are mailing in your continuing disability review forms be sure to fill them out completely and sign all paperwork that requires a signature.

More information at the CDR or continuing disability review process can be found here:

Will my disability case be reviewed after I have been approved for disability benefits?















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Related pages:

Will my disability case be reviewed after I have been approved for disability benefits?
How does the Social Security Disability Review work?
The, CDR, or Continuing Disability Review, for SSD and SSI claims
Advice for a Social Security Disability Continuing Review
What will trigger a review of a social security disability claim?
Are SSDI and SSI Benefits Normally Continued After A Continuing Disability Review?
How Often Does Social Security Disability Review Cases?
Can You Lose Your Social Security Disability Benefits When Your Case Is Reviewed?
What Should I Expect at my Social Security Disability Review if I am working part-time?
How long can you receive SSI or Social Security disability benefits?
Is there a time limit for how long you can collect Social Security Disability or SSI benefits?
If Your Disability Benefits Are Stopped Can You Get Them While You Appeal?
What is a Social Security Disability or SSI work CDR?



Information on the following topics can be found here: Social Security Disability Questions and in these subsections:

Frequently asked questions about getting Denied for Disability Benefits | FAQ on Disability Claim Representation | Info about Social Security Disability Approvals and Being Approved | FAQ on Social Security Disability SSI decisions | The SSD SSI Decision Process and what gets taken into consideration | Disability hearings before Judges | Medical exams for disability claims | Applying for Disability in various states | Selecting and hiring Disability Lawyers | Applying for Disability in North Carolina | Recent articles and answers to questions about SSD and SSI


These pages answer some of the most basic questions for individuals who are considering filing a claim.

Filing for disability - How to file for SSD or SSI and the Information that is needed by Social Security
How to Apply for Disability - What medical conditions can you apply and qualify for?
Applying for Disability - How long does it take to get Social Security Disability or SSI benefits?
What happens if I file a disability application and it is denied by a disability examiner or Judge?
How to Prove you are disabled and qualify to win disability benefits
How do you prove your disability case if you have a mental condition or impairment?
Social Security Disability Back pay and How Long it Takes to Qualify for it and receive it
Social Security Disability SSI - Eligibility Requirements and Qualifications Criteria