When filing for disability benefits, you should learn how to use the Grids to win your Social Security Disability Benefits. Call Social Security Professionals where you can speak with a Top rated Disability Lawyer with the highest A+ rating obtainable from the Better Business Burea.
The Grids come from what is known as the Medical Vocational Guidelines. You can find the grids online at the Social Security site under the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 404, Subpart P, Appendix 2).
The easiest way to understand the Grids is to think of them as a chart. You put your information on the chart such as your age, education level, skill level of your previous work, and your strength levels. Based upon the information submitted, the Grids can dictate whether you are disabled or not disabled. Learn more about the Grids here. The Grids may not apply, however, if you have a psychological component to your claim.
The Grids adapt to your age. As you grow older, you become less trainable for various jobs. Likewise, strength limitations will limit the types of jobs that you can handle. Consequently, the Grids make it easier to win your claim as you grow older.
Although the Grids can be a powerful tool that you can use to win your Disability case, they are often misunderstood and overlooked by less experienced Social Security Representatives. Even Social Security Judges sometimes need to be reminded that proper application of the Grids requires the Judge to render a Favorable decision in your case. That is why it is so important for you to have a Disability Lawyer who is well familiar with the Grids and who knows how to use the Grids to win your Social Security Disability Benefits.
Let an A+ Highest Rated Disability Lawyer Use the Grids to Win Your Social Security Disability Benefits
Call Social Security Professionals today for a Free Consultation with a Disability Lawyer with the Highest A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. When appropriate, we will use the Grids to win your Social Security Disability benefits. (248) 549-3485. Donald Peters