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Those denied disability benefits offered long road of appeals

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The Social Security Administration uses a five-question process to determine whether applicants qualify for disability benefits. The administration asks that applicants say whether they're working, whether or not their condition is "severe," whether their condition can be found on the administration's extensive list of disabilities, if they can do the same work they did previously and if they...

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