Qualifying for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits will require applicants to meet a number of requirements, the most important of which is their medical condition or disability. The Social Security Administration will evaluate applications and medical evidence closely to determine if your condition prevents you from working and entitles you to benefits. The SSA uses a strict definition of disability and uses a multi-phase process when analyzing your conditions. You can read more about qualifying for SSD benefits on our website.
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The Social Security Administration provides of listing of impairments that may qualify applicants for benefits. The listing of impairments is categorized for adults and children under age 18, as well as by major body systems. For example, adult impairment listings are categorized into the following categories:
Most conditions listed by the SSA are permanent or expected to result in death, or will include a statement about its duration. For other medical conditions, applicants must provide evidence that shows an impairment has lasted or expected to last for at least 12 months. Our legal team can assist you with securing the necessary documentation and evidence that supports your condition.
SSD benefits are available for a range of physical and psychological conditions. The following is a list of just a few of the most common medical conditions for which applicants will seek benefits:
If you have questions about qualifying medical conditions or would like to know if you may be eligible to receive Social Security disability benefits, Shook & Stone is here to help. To request a free consultation, call 702-570-0000 today.