What to do if Social Security Claims You are No Longer Disabled
Some individuals who receive disability benefits might receive a letter at some point from the Social Security Administration that informs them the SSA no longer recognizes their disability. This could happen for a number of reasons. Receiving notification of suspension or discontinuation of disability benefits is often a traumatic time for an individual and their loved ones. The first step the applicant should take is immediate action. Waiting or ignoring the letter will not help matters. Raleigh injury lawyer Brent Adams explains more in the video about how denied recipients can request a hearing to argue their denial and continue to receive benefits up until this hearing.