After being rewarded Social Security benefits, many clients ask whether they will receive their benefits forever. The answer is that if their medical condition does not improve, then yes, they will receive the benefits forever. However, all beneficiaries of Social Security are subject to periodic screening. If your condition has improved, then your benefits may be revoked.
Although there is no set time for Social Security to review your case, on average a case is reviewed every 3 years or 5-7 years. Reviews can be quicker is the Administrative Judge expects you to improve from your medical condition quicker.
Your Social Security benefits may also be terminated if your income exceeds the maximum amount allowed by Social Security. Often, Social Security will need a breakdown of your monthly earnings, as well as doctor’s bills and medication to continue to quality. Your Social Security disability attorney can help you gather the paperwork to maintain your benefits.
Few people should rely on Social Security as a long-term solution to paying their bills. Social Security was designed for people that require financial assistance when facing a medical crisis. If you are experiencing a medical crisis and need financial assistance an experienced Social Security attorney can help you get the benefits that you deserve. The Disability Law Office is dedicated to helping Social Security beneficiaries receive their benefits for the maximum period possible. Contact our social security disability attorneys in Lake Oswego and Portland at (503) 868-4748.