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Recent Posts in Social Security Disability Category

  • How Can I Prove I'm Eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits?

    First, you need to understand that you don’t need to be bedridden to be approved for benefits. The standard is whether your condition makes it so you can’t perform substantial gainful activity. Put simply, you should be prepared to prove that you can’t perform even the easiest, low-skilled jobs. However, just because you can’t perform tasks necessary for your occupation doesn’t mean that you’ll ...
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  • Social Security Disability - Are You Disabled?

    Are You Disabled under the Social Security’s Definition of Disability? Whether you are applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) or (SSI), the definition of disability remains the same. You are disabled under the definition if you are unable to engage in any substantial gainful activity (SGA) by reason of anymedically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to result ...
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  • Understanding the GRID Rules - Social Security Disability

    What are the GRID Rules of Social Security? The social security office has recently brought about the GRID rules. These rules apply in the following circumstances: The applicant’s illness or condition is not listed by the social security department The impairment is extremely severe The applicant is not working substantial gainful activity The illness prevents the applicant from working any ...
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