Applying the Grid Rules in a Spinal Stenosis Disability Case

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This article discusses how one can effectively use Social Security’s “grid rules” (a special set of administrative rules that apply to individuals over age 50 with physical impairments)to win a Social Security Disability claim. in this discussion, the painful condition known as Spinal Stenosis is used as an example physical impairment.

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