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How Does The Government Define A Disability?

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Just because your doctor says that you cannot continue to work DOES NOT mean that you will automatically qualify for federal Social Security Disability benefits. The Social Security Administration has a broad definition of "disability" and before the government starts writing you a check every month, you must meet the requirements to be found disabled and unable to work. Tune in with Scott Daniels, a disability lawyer in New York, and learn how the government determines if you are disabled and most importantly, how they define a disability.

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