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What Would Cause You to Lose Social Security Disability Benefits?

If you are receiving Social Security Disability benefits, you want to make sure that you can maintain your benefits as long as you need them. To avoid putting your benefits at risk, you should understand the types of things that could cause you to become ineligible for disability income. 

If you have doubts about whether an action you are thinking about taking could jeopardize your continued access to benefits, you should also talk with a Los Angeles disability benefits attorney. 

​What Could Cause You to Lose Your Social Security Disability Benefits?

​There are a number of different things that could potentially cause you to lose your Social Security Disability benefits including:

  • ​Failing to cooperate with a continuing disability review: ​The Social Security Administration will periodically conduct reviews to make sure you are still disabled enough to qualify for benefits. If you don't comply with requests and provide necessary information as part of this review, you could lose benefits. 
  • ​Earning too much income: ​If you try to return to work, you could potentially put benefits at risk. There is a Ticket to Work Program that allows you to try working while on Social Security Disability Insurance, but there are different rules for working while receiving Supplemental Security Income. 
  • ​Your medical condition improving: ​If your condition improves and you are no longer too disabled to work, you may become ineligible for Social Security Disability benefits. 

A Los Angeles disability benefits lawyer will help you to understand what impact different actions will have on benefits and will assist you in taking steps to protect access to benefits that you still need. Contact an attorney for help today. ​

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Wednesday, 23 January 2019