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CDR Form Review
A Continuing Disability Review (CDR) is a review done by the SS to make sure that SSD (or SSI) beneficiaries are still disabled and entitled to those benefits. The SSA determines whether you have medically improved since you were found disabled. If you have improved, it then determines if you have improved enough such that there exists work you can do on a full time basis.
Remaining prepared for your future CDR is the best way to ensure you have the strongest chances of prevailing with your CDR - and that starts from the day you get your award on your application.
However, properly filling out your CDR form, once it is demanded of you, is also critical. If you are unsure how to do so and want it reviewed, we can do so. It is in your best interest to seek such a consult as soon as the SSA sends you the form, because at times there is a bit of back and forth to be sure all information is complete and accurate.
* At an average of about 3 legal hours, this is a savings of nearly 60% over the regular billable rate.***
**If future representation is contracted for and Stephanie Joy becomes your attorney representative for your disability claim, the entire consult fee is applied to any future legal fee set by the Social Security Administration.
*** Alternatively, the hourly billable attorney rate for consultation is $350.00 per hour.
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