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How Does The Social Security Administration Decide If You Are Disabled?

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An application for disability benefits is just the beginning in an effort to obtain financial and healthcare benefits from the federal government if you are unable to work. There is a strict evaluation process that every individual is subject to before they can be found disabled by the Social Security Administration. Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they break down Social Security's "5 Step Sequential Evaluation" and get an in-depth look at how the determination process is performed. Mittman and Daniels explain some of the misconceptions with the evaluation process and why they are important to every single claim.

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