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Social Security Disability Review

A social security member can claim for benefits for retirement as well as disability. But in order for a member to be qualified he or she must have worked the minimum years required by law. There are two major programs that a member can apply for in cases of disability. The first one is the SSDI or Social Security Disability Insurance and the other is the SSI or Supplemental Security Income. There are several requirements that must be met in order for a person to be able to receive social security benefits. Once the person has been qualified for benefits a social security disability review is conducted s a form of re-evaluation of each case. This review is conducted every one, three or seven years.

After a social security disability review is carried out, the benefits are usually sustained. A benefit claim is only stopped if the reviewer in the disability determination services is able to prove that the claimant’s medical state has become better. It must be observed however, that the claimant should have had regular treatment in order to show that there really has been an improvement in his or her health condition because if there is none, the benefits being paid cannot be stopped by a social security disability review.

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