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Are There Any Exceptions To The Five Step Sequential Evaluation Process?
Are There Any Exceptions To The Five Step Sequential Evaluation Process?

As previously discussed, the five step process establishes two "routes" for a finding of disability . For example, one way to be found disabled by the SSA is if one has a purely medical disability that meets a medical disability in the Listing of Impairments . If that is the ...

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Blog posts in Five Step Process

  • Step 5: Other Work

    Once you have proven that a person had substantial gainful activity, the claimant has a severe impairment that meets certain duration requirements , ...

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  • Step 3: Medical Listing Of Impairments

    As we continue through the five-step process regarding the criteria relating to determining if your are disabled under the Social Security Act, we ...

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  • Step 2(a): Duration Requirement

    Earlier, we noted that in order for a disability to meet the requirements of the Social Security Act, the impairment must be severe. Related to this, ...

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  • Step 2: Defining Severe Impairments

    As previously noted, there is a five-step process regarding a person's claim of disability . We have also provided a detailed overview of the ...

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