Are there time limits on how long I can receive Social Security disability benefits?
In general, Social Security Disability Benefits could be paid from the time that your found to be disabled by the Social Security Administration for the rest of your life if your condition does not improve. However, if you are a younger individual, meaning under 50 years of age, and you have been awarded Social Security Disability Benefits, it is likely that you will have a continuing disability review at some point during the process. That is where the Social Security Administration takes a look at your case again, and your updated medical information to see if your condition has improved. If it has improved to the point where they feel that you could work, your benefits could be cut off at that time. While there is a review in place, it is generally considered once you’re on disability, if your condition does not improve, you’ll get it all the way to the point of retirement.
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