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HELP! SOCIAL SECURITY WANTS TO CUT MY DISABILITY BENEFITS!

Sometimes, the Social Security Disability Administration will try to cut your benefits under a "Continuing Disability Review," or "CDR." If this happens, all is far from lost. You can elect to fight a decision to cut your benefits. You can also elect to keep getting benefits while the administration conducts its review-but act fast, because you only have a few days to file for continuing benefits after your notice of termination. You will have to decide whether to collect benefits during the review, because if you lose your appeal, you will owe back all benefits you received during the process of review.

Applying for social security benefits after a work injury

Becoming injured at work can be a heartbreaking thing to have to go through, since not only can it affect your health and well-being, but it can affect every aspect of your life. An injury at work can, unfortunately, result in financial difficulties stemming from extensive medical bills, lost wages due to taking unpaid leave, and an inability to return to work if a permanent disability is a consequence of the initial injury.

DAILY LIVING ACTIVITY AND YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY CASE

The Social Security Administration or Law Judge must determine whether you are able to perform any gainful employment-not just the job you are trained for. How you get through your day-the tasks and errands you can do for yourself, and those you can't-are an important part of your case. Can you fix your own meals? Do your own laundry and clean your house? Do you travel to buy groceries, or to spend time socializing with friends or other groups of people? All these questions, and more, are part of the case you will present to the judge.

YOU DESERVE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS WHEN YOU ARE TOO DISABLED TO WORK

But what does it mean to be disabled?  It's not enough that your doctor has stated you are disabled -- you must prove with medical evidence and your own statements that you cannot do "substantial gainful activity."

ONE MILLION DOLLARS PLUS IN SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS!

I am proud to announce that last year we recovered more than one million dollars in Social Security Disability benefits for our clients. 

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