The short answer, maybe. SSA has a duty to analyze and consider the reason(s) you have chosen not to pursue certain treatment avenues. On manyLearn More
SSA determined I am eligible for Disability Benefits. Will I be re-evaluated in the future? Will my case be reviewed more than once?
Yes and most likely yes. The frequency with which your claim will be reviewed through a process called a Continuing Disability Review (CDR) willLearn More
Is the Continuing Disability Review (CDR) Process Different for Children Receiving SSI Benefits?
Yes, in several ways. First, the Social Security Administration does not assess Residual Functional Capacity Assessments for Children. Additionally,Learn More
Social Security says I’m no longer disabled. What do I do?
I have been receiving Social Security disability benefits for some time now but was recently told the benefits will be cut off because I am no longerLearn More
Is my adult child eligible for something more than SSI? What are DAC benefits?
A Disabled Adult Child (DAC) claim provides Social Security Disability Insurance benefits to a disabled adult who can prove a medical disabilityLearn More
Is your adult child getting the full social security benefits he is entitled to?
If you are disabled and at least 18 years of age, you may be eligible for more than “just” Supplemental Security Income, even if you have never workedLearn More