Social Security Disability List of Impairments Blue Book

social security disability list of impairments blue book

Social Security Disability List of Impairments Blue Book is the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) listing of disabling impairments. The Blue Book’s title is officially called “Disability Evaluation under Social Security”. However, the Blue Book provides lists of criteria that claimants who are suffering from disabling condition to qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits.

A lot of claimants get their Social Security Disability (SSD) claims denied. Due to not getting all their medical records to prove their disability. Or extra documents and information to help them get approved for their SSD benefits.  Here are some tips below. 

After you find your impairment in the SSD Blue book.  Then Print out a copy of your impairment or impairments. From the Social Security Disability Blue Book online. Make sure you submit the documents to SSD and your attorney. Please go to

Social Security Disability List of Impairments Blue Book

  1. Google your impairment or impairments to get information. If your impairment has a foundation then print out the information.
  2. You should get any medical test pictures. For example Echocardiography, Complete Blood Count (CBC), Colonoscopy, Prothrombin Time (PT), Bone Density Study Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computer Axial Tomography (CT or CAT Scan), MRI, X-rays, and Mammography.  A mammogram is a special type of X-ray of the breasts, etc.
  3. Get a family and friends a write a letter about your disability how it affects you on the daily basis. Also, have them get it notarized.
  4. Write a statement about your daily activities. For example your pain levels, grocery shopping, laundry, house cleaning, bathing, getting dress. How you prepare meals and running errands. Name the family or friends who help you in your daily activities.

When fighting your Social Security Disability case, it is a lot of work. It is very stressful and challenging but you must work on your case to prove your disability.

If you do not have a computer at home, go to your local library and do your impairment research. The library may charge a small fee for each page print out. If you do not have the money, then use a family or friend computer. It is very important to do extensive research about your impairment or impairments. But remember you increase your chances of getting your SSD case approved.

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  1. I like your tip about getting a CBC and Bone density study for documentation. The more evidence you have, the more likely it is that you will come out successful in your social security disability case. I’ll have to remember your tips if I ever have to file a case with the state.

  2. I was promised D.L.A. for life no question or review, why have the Government Department for Work and Pensions ceased payment, after forcing me to reclaim.

    • Hello David Gosling,

      I only have knowledge about Social Security Disability cases. If you are a Veteran, please contact the Veteran Administration. Or Call the Social Security Administration and talk to a representative about pensions. I hope this helps you.

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