Social Security actually operates by the book, and they have definitions for everything and they have rules for just about everything. In order to be determined to be disabled under the Social Security definition, you have to have a disabling condition which is severe, which prevents you from holding a job, gainful employment, in the national economy, and which will last at least 12 months. If you meet all of those definitions, you are disabled under Social Security definitions. There is still the problem of proof, but at least you know what you’re shooting for, that’s the target.
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