Now Available! The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability

The Guerrilla Guide to Filing For Social Security Disability

LessonsInLaw.com and RebelleionBooks.com are proud to announce their latest addition to the Guerrilla Guides to the Law series.

After nearly two years of research, writing, editing, as well as testing various theories we are now releasing The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability. This latest addition to The Guerrilla Guides to the Law provides a complete and thorough plan for filing to receive either SSI (for people who have not worked enough hours) or SSD (for people who are basing their request for benefits based on their work history). In addition, it walks you through the process of appealing a denied claim for Social Security Disability.

The book is available as a downloadable PDF and in printed form and will offer many, if not all, of the forms required as well as to links on the Social Security Administration for any additional forms necessary.

As with the other Guerrilla Guides to the Law, The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability will provide a person with the ability to file for disability without the necessity of hiring a lawyer (saving themselves the attorney’s fees) and  will assist in determining when a case is too complex to handle it themselves.

Click here to order your PDF version of The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability which is available from our publisher at RebellionBooks.com. 

Click here to order your printed copy of The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability is available through Amazon.com.

Contents:

The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability is a practical guide for anyone who wants to represent themselves in the Social Security Disability process.

Using the tips, forms, and examples given in this guide, we make the confusing process of applying for Social Security Disability simpler. Our book includes the proper forms along with information on how to answer the questions asked by the Social Security Administration greatly increasing the success rate for anyone applying for Social Security Disability payments. The book also explains in detail the differences between SSI, based on disability and need, and SSD, based on disability and work history.

Our book shows you what to do at every step of the process.

Learn how to qualify and apply for Social Security Disability

  • What is a disability
  • What are the different types of disability payments
  • What are auxiliary benefits
  • What to do before you file
  • Where to get the forms
  • How to apply for disability benefits in person
  • How to apply for disability benefits by phone
  • How to apply for disability benefits online
  • What information is needed to file for disability
  • Where and how to get medical records
  • Learn what to do if you cannot afford a doctor
  • How to prove a disability
  • Effects of social media during the disability process
  • Effects of other types of income while waiting for approval
  • What are Medically Determinable Impairments
  • What are non-medical eligibility requirements
  • What is the disability onset date
  • What is presumptive disability
  • The role of healthcare providers
  • Citizenship and residency requirements for Social Security Disability
  • Effects of outstanding felony or arrest warrants
  • Effects of being incarcerated or confined to a correctional facility
  • Effects of parole or probation violations

Learn how to apply for Supplemental Security Income

  • Where to get the forms
  • The income and resource levels for SSI eligibility
  • Effects of other types of income on SSI payments
  • Citizenship and residency requirements for SSI

Learn how to appeal if you are denied disability benefits

  • Common reasons for denial
  • The different levels of appeal
  • How to ask for a reconsideration
  • How to file the appeal
  • How to appeal the decision of the ALJ
  • How to file a federal lawsuit

What happens after you are approved for Social Security Disability

  • Effects of other types of income after approval
  • Working while drawing Social Security Disability
  • Continuing Disability Review

Unlike books by other publishers, The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability is written in easy to understand language and with a minimum amount of “legalese”. The tips and methods included in the book have been successfully used in cases for years. Further, we not only provide forms but also provide the links on where to find the most current forms in case there are changes.

Click here to order your PDF version of The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability which is available from our publisher at RebellionBooks.com. 

Click here to order your printed copy of The Guerrilla Guide to Filing for Social Security Disability is available through Amazon.com.