Immediate action must be taken to avoid losing your benefits.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) will periodically conduct a review of your medical impairment(s) to determine if you continue to be disabled. This typically occurs once every three to five years and may happen sooner if your medical condition is expected to improve.
Important! If you have received a letter from SSA informing you that your eligibility for benefits is under review, your benefits will be suspended unless immediate action is taken to file a request to have your benefits continue during the CDR.
The clock is ticking! You have only 10 days to file the request or SSA will stop your benefits. Don't wait! Contact Sackett and Associates right away!
During a Continuing Disability Review (CDR) SSA will ask you to complete forms identifying your current medical providers. Then they will send requests to your medical providers for updated records regarding your disability. SSA may also ask you to complete forms about your activities of daily living and/or require you to have an examination by a medical examiner of their choosing.
If SSA determines you are no longer disabled after reviewing the information gathered, then your benefits will stop. They could also require that you repay benefits you may have received after the date they determined you were no longer disabled.
You have a right to legal representation during a CDR. Sackett and Associates has the experience and knowledge of exactly what steps need to be taken to simplify this process and ensure the best possible outcome.
At Sackett and Associates we will:
file your request to continue benefits during your CDR (if you contact us within 10 days of the date of the CDR notice)
prepare your case and map out the winning strategy
gather additional evidence from your doctors and medical providers
protect your rights regarding required medical examinations and records provided to SSA