Getting approved for social security disability eligibility is one of the hardest processes that some Americans have to face. Proving that you have a qualified disability alone already takes up a lot of time and effort on your part due to the numerous medical tests that you have to undergo, but the process doesn’t end with proving your disability. Afterwards, you still need to be assessed for your ability to work. For this, you need to prove to that your condition prevents you from doing any work at all, and that you have no means to support yourself due to your condition.
There are, however, certain circumstances when the disability requirements for a disability social security approval will consider special cases