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RFC (Residual Functioning Capacity): What is it?

Your residual functioning capacity (RFC) is what you can still do, both physically and mentally, despite your medical problems.  Social Security considers all of the evidence in your case to estimate your RFC.  This evidence includes your medical records, your testimony, and written statements in your application and other disability forms. An RFC is a […]

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If You Cannot Keep a Job You May Be Disabled

In order to prove that you are disabled you have to prove that there is not any job you can do that exists in significant numbers in the national economy if you were hired to do that job. It’s not enough to prove that you couldn’t get hired.  If the standard for disability were to […]

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