Get your copy of my book "9 Mistakes That Can Disable Your Social Security Disability Claim"
This is a helpful and informative guide that will guide you through some of the common mistakes and errors that lead to unfavorable Social Security Disability decisions.
If you or someone you love is disabled, chances are you are worrying about what you should do first and what steps to take next to have the best opportunity for success with your disability claim. This book will help!
You are feeling angry, frustrated, and confused, or you are just wondering if there is a simple way to handle this unfortunate situation. This book will help!
Before you file a claim or appeal - or talk to any Social Security employee or lawyer about your disability case - BEFORE YOU SIGN ANYTHING - read this book.
You may be asking these questions:
- "Why do I have to fight so hard for my disability benefits?”
- “I paid for these benefits with my years of hard work, why am I being denied?”
- “Should I get a lawyer?”
- "How much will this cost?"
- "I was denied. Should I appeal or reapply?"
Social Security disability denials are higher than ever before!
This book will help! This book will answer many of your questions, and ease some of your stress and frustration.
- Learn how your medical records can hurt your claim
- Understand why you shouldn't focus on your diagnosis
- Discover the distinction between different types of disability benefits
- And many more!
Don't make simple, everyday mistakes Social Security judges use to deny legitimate claims! Some Social Security judges approve less than 20% of the cases they see. Many hearing offices have approval ratings of less than 40%!
The information found in this book can prevent you from making serious mistakes in your disability case. No matter if you are still working, have already applied, or are in the appeals process... Read this book before going to your next doctor visit, speaking with Social Security, or making any decision which can impact your disability case -- including speaking with a Social Security Disability Representative (which you should do by the way).