Social Security Disability is based on your inability to work. Social Security considers that you are disabled if you cannot do the kind of work that you did before, or that you cannot adjust to other work because of your medical condition(s). Also, your medical condition or combination of conditions must have lasted for at least one year, or is expected to last at least one year. Social Security also considers an adult disabled if they have a medical condition which will result in death.
What Is The Social Securities Administration’s Definition of “Disability?”
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