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Can the Social Security Administration Stop My Social Security Disability Benefits?

On Behalf of | Apr 9, 2014 | Social Security Disability

In order to terminate Social Security disability benefits, the burden of proof is on the Social Security Administration to show there has been medical improvement in an individual’s condition. It is often advisable to maintain ongoing relationship with the physician’s who helped you obtain Social Security disability benefits in the first place. That way they can confirm ongoing disabled status in a way that will hopefully satisfy the Social Security Administration. Also, if a claimant is participating in a vocational rehabilitation program, benefits cannot be terminated by SSA.


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