The Grids and Sedentary Work | Bellaire Social Security Disability Attorney

Age is an important factor in the application of the Grids. If you are under 50, the key is winning your claim for Social Security Disability is an inability to do both a wide range of sedentary and a wide range of light work.

Social Security Regulation (SSR) 83-10 defines sedentary work as lifting no more than 10 pounds at a time and occasionally lifting or carrying. You can only stand or walk up to 2 hours out of a 8 hour workday and sit a total of 6 hours out of a 8 hour workday. Good use of your hands and fingers is required. For more information, and for more help with your claim, click here or call 727-894-3188.

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