The Worn-Out Worker and Social Security Disability Claims

The “Worn-Out Worker” rule is a provision of Social Security Disability Law that applies to individuals who have only a marginal education and work experience of 35 years or more and did arduous physical labor.This rule can allow a claimant, who otherwise would not be found disabled, to be awarded benefits.

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