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WHAT IS A CONTINUING DISABILITY REVIEW? Social Security periodically reviews your medical impairment(s) to determine if you continue to have a disabling condition. If we determine that you are no longer disabled or blind, your benefits will stop. We call this review a continuing disability review (CDR).
The Disability Examiner is the one who writes up the decision about your SSDI benefits, and she is charged with deciding if a consultative medical examination is necessary.
Generally, within two to three months after your hearing, the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) will make a decision on your claim. If you are approved, you should expect another two to three months for the decision to be processed before you start receiving your checks.
While the DDS office reviews applications and makes recommendations to the SSA, it is the SSA which makes the final decision to accept or reject claims for disability benefits.
The Administrative Law Judge will evaluate all the evidence on record, including any additional evidence submitted up to 5 business days prior to the hearing, and will issue a decision as to whether you suffer from a disability.
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Once you have been through a Social Security Disability hearing with an Administrative Law Judge, you need to wait for your decision to come in the mail. Six weeks to 3 months is the usual time that should be expected.
You can log in or create a personal my Social Security account to check the status of your pending appeal. Watch our video, Appealing a Decision Online is Now Easier than Ever! For more information, call us at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778), Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm.
We consider your medical conditions, age, education, past work experience, and any transferable skills you may have. If you can't do other work, we'll decide you qualify for disability benefits. If you can do other work, we'll decide that you don't have a qualifying disability and your claim will be denied.

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