Thanks for answering. I know he received a letter telling him they were reviewing his case and he had a choice to have his benefits continue past August with the stipulation that if they decide to throw him off he'd have to repay the benefits. OK, so since all (nearly) beneficiaries get reviewed in this way, as a matter of law (SSA is required to review), this should not be terribly concerning, so long has he has not improved, and has medical treatment records for from the time he won his case to now, confirming his ongoing limitations. (It always a good idea for an SSD beneficiary to order his own records at least annually, and retain them for safekeeping.
I filled out that form and had his benefits continued. Great.
Then he had to see some doctors, one of which also interviewed me without him present (it was a psyc Dr. I believe) and I was very honest and he told me that David should be fine and have his benefits continued. Great.
Now he gets this new letter and it is very unclear what is going on. I read it that he can no longer work his 4-6 hours a week and I am with hope I am correct. However, it is so unclear that I'm afraid they may be taking him off disability. You will have to upload it or type it here, the exact language.
Honestly, if they take him off I don't know what this poor guy will do. He really is that bad off Steph. Sounds like all of my clients. Very sad.
I hope I'm telling you enough because I really want to help him. Thank you for helping us here, we both appreciate your help.You have to clarify this latest letter.
Jeanette Q, for David J. Julson, Whitehall, WI
His number is(NNN) NNN-NNNNand he can answer questions on the phone. He just can't read or write. Sorry, I can' not call. Hopefully you can respond here.