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What Is Disabled According To The Social Security Administration?
What Is Disabled According To The Social Security Administration?

Most claims for Social Security Disability Benefits are resolved at step five of the sequential evaluation process . Again, disability, according to the Social Security Administration, is defined as the the inabllity to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of ...

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Blog posts in Substantial Gainful Activity

  • 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: 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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  • Overview Of the Five-Step Sequential Evaluation Process To Determine Disability

    In a previous blog post , we detailed the complex and cumbersome definition of disability used by the Social Security Administration. In a series of ...

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  • What Does Disability Mean Under The Social Security Act?

    Though the law has been historically based on common sense and logic, in the arena of Social Security law, disability is not easily defined. Common ...

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