Getting Disability Benefits for a Listed Impairment

To automatically qualify for disability benefits (either SSDI or SSI), you must prove you have a severe, medically determinable impairment that matches the criteria of a condition listed in the Social Security's listing of impairments. Social Security employees and disability lawyers refer to this listing as the  "Blue Book," "the Listings," or the "List of Disabilities."

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