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The Social Security Listing Of Impairments and Meeting or Equaling It

What "Meeting a Listing" Means

There are certain medical conditions that are considered so severe that you qualify for disability if you have them and certain other requirements are met. Social Security maintains a list of these conditions, and I often win my client's claim by proving that they "meet a Listing." When a Claimant's impairments meet or medically equals the criteria of the listed impairments he or she may be found disabled without further evaluation. 

"Meeting a listing" is only one way of proving disability. Even if you don't meet a specific listing, if a combination of your impairments prevent you from working, and no jobs exist in substantial numbers in the economy that you can do, you can be found disabled.


If you have been turned down for Social Security disability call me at 1 (800) 407-1516. I look forward to hearing from you.