Disability claims under Title II and XVI
To qualify for benefits you must have a significant disability that prevents you from engaging in any form of employment.
When a claim is considered by the examiners you must show the following things:
- That you have not had substantial gainful employment for over 6 months (and for an ongoing claim you must not be working at that time).
- You have an injury that is significant.
- The court will then determine if your disability
- Meets the listings for an impairment,
- What if any Residual Functional Capacity your impairment leaves you with.
- If a person with your capacity can return to prior relevant work or work in the general market.
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