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Was the son recieving SSDI or SSI? How did she lose it? was the case reviewed?
All I know is that he was recieving Social Security and she did go for a review and the Judge, after saying why doesn't he go out and work, said she would review it again in about 3 months. I guess I am unprepared to answer some of these questions. She is so upset she isn't answering my phone call at this time. She needs help and I don't know how to help her.
Well she should hire a disability attorney, who will work on contingency fee. That will probably help more than anything. The son, if what you say is accurate, is definately disabled and entitled to benefits.
She also has 30 days to appeal the decision of the Administrative Law Judge that made the decision.
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