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Both SSA and VA have been awarded for the same condition and SSDI has been ongoing for 9 years. Now the case is up for a review. What are the reasons why it would be revoked or is that a remote possibility in the first place?

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Your not alone. SSDI is coming after people.

This is what they do. Now just get your doc to write a note stating your conditions have not changed or better yet, even worsened and send it to SSA.

There was a bill introduced in congress to put SSDI disability and VA compensation on the same page. That is that if a Veteran is 100 percent service connected for the same issues they are receiving SSDI for then one must follow the other. Now this bill gets introduced every congress but someone sweeps it under the commitee rug and it is never seen until the next congress takes place. I dont look for it to pass as there is way too much rhetoric and bickering in the ranks of the house and senate.

Wouldnt it be nice, though. To have a security blanket over us and not have to deal with the anxiety of being reviewed.


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Social Security has Continuing Disability Reviews (CDRs) and rates recipients based on the likelihood of their improvement. CDRs are scheduled for every one, three, five, or seven years according to how the recipient is rated. However, a CDR may be conducted anytime if Social Security has reason to believe your condition has improved.

If you haven't had a CDR for nine years, it is just that they are backed-up a little (substituted constipated if you will) and have finally sent you the paperwork for your CDR.

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They send me to there doctors every 5 years, with the same results every time, still disabled. I think they look for people not to go so then they can drop them.


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Ya, it is a touchy thing. I got approved for SSD based off my service connection on the first attempt. I am in the process of trying to get TDIU. We will see, it is always different for everyone. We can just do our part and stay with it...

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