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What if Your Disability Isn’t in the Blue Book?

If you have a disabling condition and you want to apply for Social Security Disability benefits, it is important to realize that you will not necessarily qualify with every single different type of disability. In fact, there are only certain circumstances in which your disabling condition is severe enough to entitle you to benefits from the Social Security Administration. 

A Los Angeles Disability benefits lawyer can provide you with insight into whether your condition will result in coverage and can help you to prove you are entitled to benefits. A determination as to whether or not your disabling condition is covered starts, but does not end, with whether the condition is listed in the Social Security 'Blue Book'.

What if Your Disability Isn't Listed in the Blue Book?

Social Security's Blue Book is a list of impairments that can typically be considered severe enough to get disability benefits provided all other criteria are met including exhibiting specific symptoms. Unfortunately, not all conditions are listed. 

If your medical issue isn't in the Blue Book, this doesn't mean that you will be prevented from getting disability benefits from the Social Security Administration.

It does mean you are likely to have a harder time since you are going to have to prove your own ailment is medically equivalent in severity and in impairment as all of the listed conditions. A Los Angeles disability benefits lawyer can provide assistance with this complicated process.  You should contact a disability benefits lawyer today to find out more about your options and to get help fighting for benefits. 

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Monday, 18 February 2019