"Amazing!  Learn Virtually Everything You Need To Know To About Applying For, Winning, And Maximizing Your Disability Benefits ... Without Hiring A Representative!"

"The Social Security Administration recently admitted that the average claim takes a staggering 1,146 days ... almost three years to be processed through the system!"

(While you patiently wait for Social Security to review your file, it's just sitting there, gathering dust in a warehouse!)

Important notice: The Disability Digest is not affiliated or part of the Social Security Administration. We are advocates for the disabled who have found this resource that can help you accurately complete Social Security Disability application forms so you can get approved.

The official Social Security Disability forms profiled in this guide are available for free online from the links below.

SSA-3368 SSA-3369 SSA-3373 SSA-795
SSA-7004 SSA-561 SSA-501 SSA-820
SSA-821 HA-4631 HA-4632 HA-4633
SSA-827 Functional Capacity form Other SSA forms

 
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  This Guide Can Prevent Your Case From Becoming Another Disability Statistic!


    If you've been disabled, the last thing you need is the incredible headache of trying to get the disability benefits to which you're entitled!

    Unfortunately, because it can be very difficult to understand the Social Security Administration's requirements and procedures, many people wind up needlessly (a) being denied; (b) waiting months (and sometimes years!) to be approved, and/or (c) getting less than the amount of benefits they qualify for!  (And, how are they supposed to eat while they wait?)

    Even when they ARE approved, literally thousands of people on disability live a nightmare, ... scared to make a move, ... trying desperately to survive on their SSDI allowance despite the fact that ..

  • New program rules can increase the value of people's benefits (but don't count on the government to make sure you know!)
     

  • Many people's checks are lower than they're entitled to (but don't be surprised if it's not SSDI's top priority to catch these errors!)
     

  • Most people on disability CAN supplement their income WITHOUT reducing their benefit levels! 

The plain facts are, ... incorrectly applying for disability (or incorrectly pressing your case) can actually cost you thousands of dollars over the duration of your entitlement!

(And it could get you denied entirely!)

      And because your financial comfort during a disability can have a dramatic impact on your future income, ... this is a serious problem which requires a serious solution.

     So if you really want to MAXIMIZE your chances of (a) being approved and (b) getting the HIGHEST LEVEL OF BENEFITS coming to you by law ...

    If you're interested in squeezing every last penny out of your benefits and making sure you don’t get the shaft from SSDI ...

    Then grab a cup of your favorite coffee, bolt the door, put your phone on “Do Not Disturb,” let your calls go to voice mail, and put anything that could distract you aside! 

   You'll want read this letter from top to bottom without missing a word, because in today's world, you'll really need to know EVERYTHING you can about the Social Security Disability system, or you simply may not get approved (or get your full benefits).

Learn From A Disability Attorney
Exactly How to Complete The Forms!

    Jonathan Ginsberg, Esq. is a respected and established attorney who's represented over a thousand people for disability claims. 

    ONE THOUSAND!   

"Not only did several Judges greet Jonathan by name, but other Court personnel - the receptionists, the hearing assistants and secretaries - all knew and greeted Jonathan like an old friend. It certainly put my mind at ease to know that my lawyer is so well known.”

Barbara Ross
Atlanta, Georgia
 

    Jonathan knows that many people can vastly improve their chances of winning their case with a few simple forms and idiot-proof guidance on how to fill them out.

   That's why he created the "Disability Answers Guide"! ... an incredibly simple, but comprehensive "How To" power pack that helps you get the job done!  With the Disability Answer Guide, you'll ...

  • Get dozens of already-filled-out sample forms so you'll know exactly how your form should look!

  • See how to fill out any Social Security Disability Form in only 10 minutes!

  • Dramatically increase your chances for quickly winning your claim! 

Discover the "Magic Words" disability decision-makers look for to approve your claim with an eager, enthusiastic "YES!"

(And how to avoid little things decisions makers
can use to dump your application in the 'reject' bin!)

  • Avoid long days of filling out, erasing, and rewriting your application forms!

  • Prevent months of waiting, worry, disappointment and aggravation!

  • 'Save thousands of dollars in lawyer’s fees! 

To Win Your Case, You Simply Must Give The Social Security Claims Adjustor The Exact Documentation She's Looking For!

   Otherwise, it is simply too easy to stamp your case as “denied” and put it back on that big pile of files on a table.

    But the forms are damn confusing! (To put it mildly.) You don't know what they're looking for, ... whether they want long or short answers ... you may not even know what Social Security's abbreviations like "SSA", "SSI", and "Disability SSI" stand for.

    And the Social Security Administration's website isn't much help either, is it?  And even if you have an attorney, you may be responsible for completing some paperwork.   So unless you have won, having the Guide is like having the answers to a test .... which can be of great value... 

                             Click Here To Own The Disability Answers Guide Now

Social Security Does Not Publish Anything That Explains How To Complete Their Forms!

(It's kind of like taking a test without
anyone telling you what to study)

     So where can you find this information? 

     You’ll discover all the information you need in the new Disability Answer Guide by Jonathan Ginsberg.  I'll tell you how to order that in a second, but first, let me share with you an all too common story, about a former client of Mr. Ginsberg (if you've been DENIED disability, this story may be familiar to you):

How An Extremely Common Mistake
Can Get You Denied For Good!

Roberta stopped working in March, 2000, due to back problems. She decided to apply for disability benefits the following October. In November, Social Security sent Roberta 16 pages of forms. They included Form SSA-16-F6, a 6-page document consisting of 22 questions -- and Form SSA-3368-BK, a 10-page document asking for detailed information about Roberta’s past work, the names and addresses of her physicians, and facts about her medical treatment.

Roberta filled out the forms the best she could, but forgot to list a job she held for only 2 days, called an “unsuccessful work attempt”. She listed only 3 of the 7 doctors who had treated her over the past five years because the form had space for only 3 names.

Roberta used March 15, 2000 as the date she became unable to work. But her niece, who was her supervisor, knew that Roberta was not able to work and spent most of the time resting on a couch in the back room, dating back to November, 1999.

In addition to her back problems, Roberta had carpal tunnel in her writing hand. This meant she could write for only 5 to 7 minutes at a time. Even worse, she had trouble concentrating due to severe headaches.

On weekends, Roberta’s daughter came over and helped her fill out the Social Security forms. Between the two of them, the difficult process of completing the forms took almost a full month!

Finally -- fearing the forms would be late -- Roberta asked her daughter to finish filling them out and put them into the mail. Since her daughter had only one hour available, she wrote quickly, forgetting about Roberta’s carpal tunnel problem. What’s more, the daughter did not mention her mother’s incontinence because Roberta was too embarrassed to tell her daughter that she wore adult diapers.

You can guess the end of this story. Social Security did not get the full story and they sent Roberta a letter denying her claim. Roberta was so discouraged by this denial that she let the whole matter drop. And by the time she came to me, her credits for disability benefits had run out and there was nothing I could do for her.

A sad situation all around.

Here’s something equally as sad: The problems Roberta and her daughter faced collecting information and filling out the forms are common. Roberta’s case is the rule, not the exception.

Jonathan Ginsberg knows what it takes to turn any good case into an almost certain winner, but you don't have to pay attorney's fees to hire him!

     Fortunately, you don’t have to repeat Roberta’s terrible experience. 

     Instead, you can follow the sample forms in the Disability Answer Guide where Mr. Ginsberg will share with you the answers Social Security looks for ... and the “magic words” that make the decision makers want to approve your claim instantly.

Here's The #1 Secret To Getting
Your Disability Case Approved With or Without An Attorney Or Non-Attorney Representative!

Listen, whether or not you buy the Disability Answer Guide, I want you to know this, straight from Mr. Ginsberg's mouth!:

"'I Never Won Until... In the early 1990s, I was a struggling Social Security lawyer and I could not win a case. It didn’t seem to matter what was wrong with my clients. They could have heart problems, a bad back, diabetes -- almost anything. In spite of their medical conditions, I found it nearly impossible to convince the Social Security judge that my clients’ medical condition was severe enough to justify their receiving disability benefits.

'Finally, A Sympathetic Judge Revealed The Secret!. One day, a senior judge asked me to stay after the hearing.  He felt sorry for me because I was trying so hard to help my clients, despite my poor results. In less than two minutes, he spoke words that turned my Social Security law practice around. I went from a failing lawyer to a winning lawyer after hearing just three simple sentences. Here’s what the Social Security Judge said:

“A Social Security Disability case is NOT about a person’s medical problems. Instead, the case is about the effect those medical problems have on the person’s ability to work. If you can translate the medical record into severe and specific work limitations, I have no choice but to approve your case.”

From that day forward, I have almost never lost a case. And it’s such a simple concept. Yet most claimants and many lawyers don’t understand it.

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     Now, with the help of the Disability Answer Guide you can use this simple, proven formula to give Social Security claims processors what they need to see to approve your claim. 

     In this guide, you’ll:

  • Get disability forms already filled in with sample answers to each question. (Complete ANY Social Security form in no more than 10 minutes!)
     

  • Insider Terms and Phrases that Social Security decision-makers look for (and need!) to make a quick, fair decision in your favor. (If you don’t include these words, you have almost no chance of winning.)
     

Get ALL The Social Security Forms
You Need To Process Your
Application And Win Your Case!

  • Application for Disability Insurance Benefits 

  • Adult Disability Report Work History Report 

  • Daily Living Questionnaire Statement of Claimant or Other Person 

  • Request for Social Security Statement 

  • Request for Correction of Earnings Record 

  • Request for Social Security Earnings Information 

  • Request for Reconsideration 

  • Reconsideration Disability Report 

  • Request for Hearing by Administrative Law Judge 

  • Claimant’s Statement When Request for Hearing is Filed and the Issue is Disability 

  • Work Activity Report 

  • Claimant’s Recent Medical Treatment 

  • Medications List 

  • Work Background 

  • Authorization for Release of information to Social Security Administration 

 

  • Dozens of filled-in sample documents so you see exactly how your forms should look, complete with “magic words” and phrases Social Security decision-makers look for when determining whether to approve your benefits.
     

  • Two Functional Capacity Evaluation Forms: Your doctor wants to help you, but often doesn’t know what Social Security looks for. You’ll receive the “Functional Capacity Template” Mr. Ginsberg sends to treating doctors.   (This powerful form makes it easy for your doctor to translate your medical problems into the specific work limitations considered by Social Security -- exactly what they need to approve your claim! Mr. Ginsberg points out on the form which questions are most important and the answers needed from your doctor to help your claim).
     

  • Three Comprehensive, Real-Life Examples of Winning Claims:   Mr. Ginsberg has obtained permission from his clients to publish three excellent examples of favorable decisions.  (Review these to see how Social Security judges think).  Mr. Ginsberg even “marked up” these decisions with his own notes so you can follow the judge’s analysis and find out exactly what (s)he found convincing.   These decisions are invaluable in helping you win your case!  (Note: Social Security decisions are not public documents, Mr. Ginsberg had to obtain special permission from his clients to release these.)

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When you follow the step-by-step recommendations in the Disability Answer Guide, you’ll know how to…

  • Fill out forms in minutes, not days. Roberta and her daughter could have filled out all the forms in about an hour, rather than needing four long weeks.
     
  • Provide necessary facts, even when you don’t have enough space. Roberta and her daughter would have known that they could attach an extra page listing the names and addresses of Roberta’s doctors, rather than making yet another serious mistake on the application form.
     
  • Find and list Social Security’s accepted symptoms. Roberta and her daughter could have described her symptoms in terms of work limitations like the examples included in the Disability Answer Guide to speak Social Security’s language.
     
  • Describe Social Security’s accepted activity limitations. Roberta and her daughter would have known how to describe common activity limitations associated with Roberta’s medical problems. Plus, she would have known exactly where to list them on the forms and which limitations are the most important.
     
  • Report the all-important “unsuccessful work attempt.” Roberta and her daughter would have known that the two-day unsuccessful work attempt was important to her award of benefits. Plus, she would have known where and how to list it.
     
  • Get paid more retroactive benefits. Roberta and her daughter would have known that the start date of her disability was actually in November, 1999. Plus, they would have known Roberta could claim disability benefits for the four months when she received special considerations from her niece (supervisor).
     
  • Receive free medical evaluations. Roberta and her daughter would have realized that Roberta’s poor concentration and slow pace at work were relevant “disabling” conditions. Plus, they could have used my recommended language to trigger Social Security to schedule a free psychological evaluation.
     
  • Handle new information. Roberta and her daughter would have known how to add facts to Roberta’s application if new information came to mind after they mailed their form.
     
  • Identify your “primary treating physician.” Roberta and her daughter would have known how to add information to Roberta’s application so she could identify her main doctor as her “primary treating physician.”
     
  • Enlist your doctor’s cooperation. Roberta would have been able to contact her main doctor to alert him that Social Security would be contacting him so her claim didn’t come as a surprise to him.
     
  • Help your doctor help you. Roberta would have been able to take her main doctor a blank Functional Capacity Form (found in the Disability Answer Guide), along with a completed copy showing the most important questions and suggested answers that her doctor could use to support her claim.

Now, No Matter What Social Security Throws At You, You’ll Have The Right Form Completed (With Time-Proven Answers) Within Minutes!

Here are just some of the complicated nightmares the Disability Answer Guide will help you wake up from!:

  • 'How To Get Retroactive Benefits. You’ll know how you can push back the “start date” of your disability claim and recover a lump sum check for all the months you have been waiting for a decision. This single technique could earn you thousands of additional dollars. (See technique in Initial Application section in the Disability Answer Guide.)

  • 'What To Do If You Miss A Deadline. If you miss a deadline, don’t start over. Just use this supplemental form NOT published by Social Security but used regularly by experienced trial lawyers. (See the updated form on my “customer’s only” web page available only to owners of the Disability Answer Guide.)

  • 'How To Write Past Job Descriptions. You’ll know the right and wrong ways of answering crucial questions about your past employment. (See form SSA-3369 explanation page 47 of the Disability Answer Guide.)

  • 'Which Five “Magic” Words Win Appeals. If you overlook these five important words, you could lose your case. These words are critical to your claim. (See page 6 of the Disability Answer Guide.)

  • 'How To Report “Unsuccessful Work Attempts.” You’ll know how and where to describe past work, unsuccessful work attempts, and special considerations you received at work, all key elements in your disability claim. (See page 29 and page 108 of the Disability Answer Guide.)

  • 'What Can You Lift? You’ll learn why Social Security is so concerned with how much you can lift and how far you can walk -- and how you should answer these key questions. (See page 47 of the Disability Answer Guide.)

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     Had Roberta and her daughter used the Disability Answer Guide, their experience with Social Security forms would have been VERY different!

If Social Security Denies Your Claim, Your Disability Answer Guide Might Be Worth Its Weight in Gold!

     No matter what you do, Social Security sends some cases to a hearing before a judge. They may be unusually complicated, you possess a great number of transferable skills, or you may have one or more prior applications that have been denied.

     This raises the question: If your case goes to a hearing, does it really matter what you say in the Social Security forms? 

     Absolutely!   How your case enters the system -- and how Social Security processes your claim -- is determined by how you answer your disability application forms. Using the Disability Answer Guide, you'll know exactly what to say and how to say it. When you use this guide, you:

  • Help ensure your success. If your case goes to a hearing, your lawyer will thank you because your case file will be complete and accurate.
     
  • Avoid costly mistakes. Since most claimants do not hire a lawyer until it is time to request a hearing, your lawyer will not have to “undo” any mistakes or errors you have made.
     
  • Create stronger evidence. All the disability forms you complete for Social Security are part of your case file and are considered evidence at your hearing.
     
  • Provide consistent answers. If your answers at the hearing are different from your answers on your disability forms, the judge will ask you to explain why. When you use this Disability Answer Guide, you avoid embarrassment by making sure your answers are consistent.

 
Save Weeks Filling Out Forms And
Save Months Waiting For A Decision!

   Over the past 17 years, Mr. Ginsberg has represented over a thousand disability clients. He's invested thousands of hours in hearings before Social Security Judges, many of whom today are actually his personal friends.

    Now, he's assembled all the Social Security forms -- complete with time-proven answers -- plus detailed instructions and explanations -- into the Disability Answer Guide

   With your permission, I’d like to share The Disability Answer Guide with you, so you can win your disability claim.

What Would You Pay To Get The
Answers and Maximize Your Chances
 of Winning?

     What would it be worth to you if the Guide saved you JUST on month of waiting?    What value do you put on YOUR time to skip a full month of aggravation, frustration, stress, and worry filling out over 90 pages of government forms, when you could zip through them 10 minutes at a time using the Disability Answer Guide?

Sincerely,


Brian Therrien

PS -
You don't have to pay a fortune to hire a lawyer or representative before you really need one. 
And even if you DO ask a lawyer or non-attorney representative to help you at a hearing, (s)he'll straight out hug and kiss you for laying such a solid foundation with accurate, complete, credible responses!

PPS - All orders shipped very quickly!  Within days, anywhere in the USA, you’ll have unlimited access to the exact forms and samples I use to win cases for my clients -- sample forms -- correct answers -- “magic words” and phrases.

PPPS - Remember, you’re fully protected with my 100% money-back guarantee. So you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Please don’t wait a moment longer. You owe it to yourself and your family. Order my Disability Answer Guide today!

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"I am still in the process of getting my files into Social Security and if I get the award the first time you will have saved me $$$ and a big headache. The fact that I can claim disability back to the date of my first problem and add an extra month of back benefits - wow that’s great. I learned from your audio disc that it was better to use July 31 instead of August 1 as my last day of work. I’m not sure but I think you helped me claim two extra months of disability. God bless and thanks."

Mike Caffrey
Helenville, WI

 



“Dear Jonathan: I am writing to let you know that I qualified for disability with the first try. Your info really helped me a lot. Thank you so much.”

Betty H.
Denton, Texas



“Also wanted to let you know my father applied for disability in December 2003 and he was approved last month. He will be getting his first check in May. This is all thanks to your Disability Answer Guide. Thank you very much."

Beth McLaughlin
Linville, NC



“Dear Jonathan: I am happy to report that SS accepted my paperwork on the first try thanks in part to the information received from you. It is the best century note I ever spent. Thanks again Jonathan, by the way the SS payments start July 1. You are the man."

With gratitude,
Jack Reeves
Vancouver, WA
 


"I had no idea which way to go with my problem. Jonathan helped me immensely. He started pulling things out of the file that I had never noticed. He knew his business and knew exactly what to do. I won my case.

Lowell Campbell
Sugar Hill, Georgia


“Jonathan did a great job. This is the third time I had tried to get benefits, and this time I won.”

Bernadine Eatmon
Lithonia, Georgia


“I got myself all down and out and couldn’t do much of anything. With Jonathan’s help, I was ready for my hearing. I went in and then came right back out -- and I was approved.”

Michael Ariel
Dallas, Georgia


 


"... followed your instructions and was approved for disability within 2 months. They even paid $11,000. back to when I first applied. Your information was excellent and I highly recommend this to anyone who feels they should have been approved.

Thank you so very much. And thank you for answering my questions promptly when I called twice."

Ms. G. Nelms
Georgia


" Had I not used the information I would probably be filling out the appeal forms right now"

Dear Brian,

 I purchased Dr Ginsberg's book. At the time I felt it was a little steep, but if it was going to help me, all the better. I followed what he said in trying to fill out the forms. I did have a free consultation with a lawyer who told me to begin filling out the forms and send them in. 

The one thing he did tell me to do was to always use your last day of work as the day you became disabled. I did not "hire" him to fill out my forms or to represent me in any way. After about six months I did contact him to see if there was anything I should do since I hadn't heard anything from Social Security. He never returned my phone call. I was so sure I was going to be denied I printed copies of appeal forms. Two days after calling the lawyer I received notice from Social Security that I had been approved on my first try. 

So, was Dr Ginsberg's book expensive? Yes. Was it worth i ? Yes. Had I not read his book, I probably would not have answered the questions as he suggests. Being a medical person, I probably would have answered them with more medical terminology than how this disability actually affected my daily life. So, I have to say Thank You to Dr Ginsberg and you for providing access to this book. Had I not used the information I would probably be filling out the appeal forms right now".

Sincerely,
Lois Gahan-Gootz
Tucson AZ