Can I get Social Security disability benefits for a combination of lesser problems that add up?

Q: Can I get Social Security disability benefits if I have several health problems that, in combination, make me disabled?

A: Social Security must consider the combination of impairments that an individual suffers from in determining disability.

Many, perhaps most claimants for Social Security disability benefits have more than one health problem and the combined effects of all of the health problems must be considered.


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