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When you apply for Social Security Disability, there are many things they take into consideration when evaluating claims. And, though many of these factors may influence your ability to work, there are certain things a judge will not consider.
If you are thinking of telling a judge that you can’t find a job, there are no openings where you live, the economy is too poor right now or the location in which you live is too small, rural or far from commercialized areas, it will hold no weight on your claim.
Likewise, the fact that you don’t believe you’re qualified to work in a position, you do not desire to work in a position, a certain job doesn’t meet your family’s lifestyle, you have a felony preventing you from securing employment or the fact that you can’t pass a physical will not help you secure Social Security Disability benefits.
Decision makers will be evaluating your case based on the facts—your physical and mental ability to perform work of any kind and the medical evidence that supports this. For more detailed information on the application process, including worksheets that will help you compile all necessary evidence, you can request a free copy of Attorney Jan Dils’ book, Getting the Social Security Benefits You Deserve, by clicking here: https://jandils.com/book-request-form/
Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law