In order to be eligible for Social Security disability benefits, you must be found "disabled" under Social Security's definition. By law, Social Security has a very strict definition of who is considered disabled.
If your impairment(s) does not meet or equal a listing, the GRID rules come into play. These rules apply to individuals that have a severe medically determinable physical or mental impairment, are not working at significant gainful activity (SGA) level and the impairment prevents them from performing any of their past relevant work.
Eligibility For SSDI
Eligibility For SSI
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