Can Social Security take away my SSDI benefits?
Yes. It doesn’t happen often, but you can lose your disability benefits if your condition improves to the point that you no longer meet the Social Security Administration's definition of “disabled.” The SSA must show there has been medical improvement related to your ability to work before they can terminate your SSDI benefits.
- What is the difference between Social Security Disability and SSI Disability?
- Do Social Security disability benefits expire?
- Can a person with a terminal illness qualify for disability benefits?
- How does Social Security decide if I am disabled?
- I am currently receiving Social Security disability benefits. Will my benefits be affected if I earn additional money?
- What is the earliest age at which I can receive Social Security disability benefits?
- How many credits are required to be eligible for Social Security disability benefits?
- Will I speed up the review process if I re-submit my application or my case profile?
- Can Social Security take away my SSDI benefits?
- I currently receive Social Security disability income benefits, but my disabilities have worsened and I have other health problems. Can my monthly benefit amount be increased?