The GRID’s are an extremely complicated area of Social Security Law. GRID’s are just that, a chart with different categories including age, education, and past work experience.

Various ages are placed into different categories such as younger individual (18-49 years old) or advance age (55 or older). The education category and previous work experience categories classify someone’s ability to perform skilled, semi-skilled, or un-skilled work activities to determine whether or not they have transferable skills.

Applying the relevant GRID categories sometimes results in a favorable disability finding.

If you have questions about whether or not your particular situation entitles us to Social Security Disability benefits, please feel free to contact us for a free consultation.