“How to win your Social Security Disability without an Attorney” eBook Quotes Part 3

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Oct 8, 2016 On Thursday, Congresswoman Michelle Lujan-Grisham walked into Albuquerque’s Social Security Office, just like anyone else who needs help …

“How to win your Social Security Disability without an Attorney” eBook Quotes Part 3

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Below are quotes from my Digital eBook How to win your Social Security Disability without any attorney to read and learn how it really helps me with my appeal case.  Not only it can help you with your Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income appeal case, or how to handle the Social Security Office, it can also help you with your initial claim.

Writing the list felt so good. It felt even better checking things off when I executed them. Then my therapist had me write out a bucket list and it felt good writing down all the things I would like to do before my time is up. Thus far I have checked off the following: having an income (Social Security Disability Approved), writing my bucket list, building my sisterhood back up, writing this book, pay some bills off, catching the bus, and learning how to be out in public again.”

“My name is Melva, and I wrote a self-help book “How to win your Social Security Disability without an Attorney” to help people get their cases reviewed and onto a Decision Writer’s desk for a decision from the the Social Security Office without an Attorney or a scheduled court date hearing.  The reason why I decided to write the book is because I had to fight my own Social Security Disability Appeal case and got approved by following the steps in the book.  In my state, the waiting period is 2 to 3 years at the Social Security Office which I could not afford to lose everything I ever owned.  I told a friend if I win my SSD Appeal case, I am going to write a book to help others.”

Now you have a better understanding of the Social Security Office Disability process through the quotes, you are able to fight your own case by utilizing the steps in the digital eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability without an Attorney.”  All you have to do at this point is to go to the website and purchase the eBook today and start working on your disability initial claim or appeal case.

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Deciding if you want to Represent Yourself for Your Social Security Disability Appeal Case: Part 4

Judge, how long will it take to get a written decision in the mail? I do not know, just go home and watch out for the mailman.

Judge, how long will it take to get a written decision in the mail? I do not know, just go home and watch out for the mailman.

Please keep this in mind provide Social Security Administration with as much relevant medical evidence documents as possible.

How to Prepare for a Disability Hearing:  Some disability claims are approved at the hearing level.  A hearing is carried out in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) who will review the medical evidence you submitted, and listen to your disability argument.

The Administrative Law Judge will question you about your medical condition and may be asked to clarify the questions about your medical records.  At the hearing, there will be a vocational expert (VE) at the hearing.  A vocational expert is a person who is experienced to give him or her opinion about the types of job you can or cannot work due to your physical and mental limitations.  The Administrative Law Judge will take the vocational expert opinion on whether you are unable or able to work.

At the hearing, you must be ready to explain any inconsistencies you may have in your medical records.  Also, you must be prepared to cross-examine the vocational expert if he or she testifies you are able to work.

The Appeals Council and Federal Appeals:  If the Administrative Law Judge denies your claim by mistake, then you can request the Appeals Council (AC) to review the judge decision, however, the Appeal Council is not required to review the decision if they  think it is not necessary.  If the Appeal Council denied your claim or refuse to review the Administrative Law Judge decision then you can appeal your case to the federal district court.  Unfortunately the Social Security Administration will not help you with the federal appeal, however, please follow all of the court rules carefully, if you do not then your complaint will be dismissed.  This is where it make sense to hire a disability attorney for the Appeal Council or federal court hearing.

Step by Step Guidance

Check out our step by step guidance eBook to save you some time and confusion in areas where you may struggle.

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