Supplemental Security Income
Benefit Suspension can occur to a person who was awarded Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits in the past. Benefit suspensions can occur for several reasons, but the most common reason benefits are suspended is because the person receiving benefits has been working during the time they were receiving benefits.
The reason the Social Security Administration suspends benefits to those working during the time they receive disability benefits is that when you are held to be disabled you are determined to not be able to work at all.
If your benefits have been suspended for any reason and you would like our help to ensure your benefits get reinstated and you get the money you deserve, please contact us at 800-842-0426.