Attn: SSDI and SSI Claimants
"Here is a Great 9 Step Plan That is Helping Social Security Disability
and SSI Claimants Get Their Benefits from the Social Security Administration in Record
Security Disability Benefits: Your 9 Step Individual Action Plan is a downloadable eBook Written by an
Ex-Disability Claims Examiner That Shows You How to Navigate the SSA System. You Will Be Able to Provide Your
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With your 9 Steps to Getting Social
Security Disability Action Plan, you can:
· Go through the disability determination
process prepared for anything.
· Describe your disability using the same
words and terms your disability examiner and medical consultants use.
· Know whether you have a realistic chance
of winning your claim.
· Get a quicker decision by knowing when to
check on your claim at just the right time.
· Understand the clues found in your
approval (or denial) letter that will help you determine your next best course of action.
· Know who to turn to for help in appealing
and winning your claim if you are denied.
From the Desk
of: Loretta Crosby
Author, Getting Social Security Disability: Your 9 Step Individual Action Plan
Dear Disability Applicant or
Yes it’s true! The 9 Step Disability
Individual Action Plan is an instantly downloadable eBook put together by an ex Social Security
Disability Claims Examiner, and is designed to help you get an accurate disability decision in the least amount of
Having served as a disability adjudicator in two
southeastern states, the author has processed thousands of adult claims for Social Security Disability
Insurance and Supplemental Security Income benefits.
Loretta Crosby is the editor and publisher
of Social-Security-Disability-ESP.com, a popular
informational site that receives more than 14,000 page views each month from individuals just like you who
want to learn more about the disability process and what it takes to get a favorable decision on your
"Now, you should note that I
am not promising that you will win your disability claim as a lot of authors would, because there are
just too many variables involved in the process for me to make a bold claim like that.
"Still, what I can and will say is that
if you want to be clear about what will or
will not help you when you apply for disability as seen from the eyes of a disability examiner, then this Guide
will be of tremendous assistance to you, and you should read on."
Because the 9 Step Plan will teach you how to
complete your disability application using the same words and language the examiner and medical consultants use
when deciding your claim. Why is it important to speak the same language? ... So that nothing gets lost in
It’s called the language of “function”, and I
will show you the exact words to use in describing how you are functioning now versus how you used to function
prior to your impairment.
Did You Know that
Really Want to Allow Your Disability Claim
You probably know that many disability claims are denied by the Social Security Administration
(SSA) -- as high as two thirds of initial applications or more in some states.
But what you might not know is that disability
examiners receive no instructions to deny two out of every three claims. They are actually told to do whatever they
can to allow your claim.
I know. Shocking … but true.
So what really happens after the
examiner starts collecting your medical records, work history and other vocational information? What happens
to make it all turn out so bad for 70% of applicants?
I would have to say that I really do not know,
but like most folks, I do have a theory.
You see, while SSA trains its examiners to do
all they can to collect enough information to approve your claim -- if at all possible – it, at the same time,
instructs them and their medical consultants to focus almost exclusively on determining an applicant’s “residual
functioning capacity”. This is what a claimant is still able to do or not do given his or her particular
So, it could be legitimately said that
disability examiners -- and the medical consultants whom they collaborate with on your claim -- really do not
care how exotic sounding or typical your medical diagnosis might be, they care only about determining one thing,
and one thing only:
"Can this individual do the basic 'functions'
that are required in a work environment, whether it be his past work or other work he might learn to do, based on
his age, education, work exertional level and previous work skill level."
This, of course, presumes that your medical
records do indicate the presence of a severe, potentially disabling impairment.
Some conditions that you might consider
disabling are not considered severe by SSA. Such information is included in the 9 Step Plan to help you decide
whether your claim will past the severity test.
So what this 9 Step guide will teach you is how
to present your case to the disability examiner so that he or she fully and clearly understands how your medical
and/or psychological conditions limit your ability to “function” on a job, any job. And the Plan will show you what
you need to do to keep the ball rolling on your claim so that you get an accurate decision as quickly as
Now those are ambitious goals, but I can tell
you that it is very possible to do when you use the information taught in this 9 Step Plan…
You get insider
information from an ex Claims Examiner to guide you through the process …
The writer has processed adult Social Security
Disability and SSI claims in two southeastern states, and knows what the Disability Determination Services' staff
need in order to prove your allegation that you are disabled.
· She knows the five steps, or hurdles, that you
need to pass before you will be granted benefits, and shows you the best way to get over each of those
hurdles. The Five Step Sequential Evaluation, as it is called internally, can be hard to navigate without a guide,
but with this 9 Step Plan, you won’t have to go it alone.
· Knowing when to check on your claim is pivotal
in getting a fast decision. How to go about doing this correctly will be revealed to you in the Guide. In fact,
some of it is already posted at Social-Security-Disability-ESP.com.
"I am a volunteer with the National Multiple
Sclerosis Society who helps people with MS apply for SSDI. I have been doing so since 1997 and done
much research on my own, but the 9 Step book has filled in some major gaps in my knowledge. Until now,
I have never had access to any information from 'the inside.' I had only guesses about procedures based
on experience with clients. This resource is a treasure!"
|From: R Pursley as posted on SS Disability ESP Forum
You get step-by-step
details from someone who can show you the way …
So, you can see that sharing information about
the disability determination process, and how to move through the system is not something the author just started
Over the years, hundreds of thousands have
visited her disability site to gather insights on how to win their disability claim, so some of the general
information is already out there.
But, this 9 Step Plan makes it easy to access
the required information that you need throughout every phase of the disability process. This is information you
will have at your fingertips at the precise moment your need it.
If you want to learn how to get a quick and
accurate decision on your claim, then this information packed 9 Step guide helps you do just
Here are just some of the
tips and techniques you will discover using this 9 Step guide:
· How to prepare yourself mentally as you
enter the disability determination process. Step 1 gives you an introduction to the process, together with
resources you might elect to take advantage of when your $$ is low.
· The exact terms to use when you describe your
“functional limitations” that you are experiencing as a result of your impairment. In Step 2 you will
learn the language of function and how to best describe your past work history so that it is most
· You will know the right time to check the
status of your application so your claim stays at the top of the disability examiner’s stack of claims. The
information in Step 3, when applied, leads you to getting a quicker decision on your claim.
· Want to know how to find out if you qualify
for immediate, expedited disability benefits which are payable while your claim is being processed? Step 4
introduces you to the Presumptive Disability (PD) program, and specifies which type of claims are
considered for the financial and medical benefits attached to this Program.
· Since medical records are the heart of your
claim, you get information on how to assist in getting those records to your examiner if there is a snag. You will
see what vocational functions are evaluated in the assessment of your claim, and are given a sample
description of how to describe your work limitations. Step 5 also includes a sample letter that your
treating physician might be persuaded to write in support of your claim.
· Do you know whether SSA even considers your
medical condition a severe, disabling one? Does being blind in one eye qualify, or being deaf in one ear? In
Step 6, you will learn just a few conditions that will not get you benefits, no matter how well you present your
Should you try to work while awaiting a decision on your claim? The answer in Step 7 is probably not the
one that you will ever hear from your claims examiner.
· There are clues in your "Notice of
Decision" letter that SSA sends to you after your claim is decided. Showing you how to proceed if you
are approved for benefits or are denied is all a part of what Step 8 walks you through.
· Finally, even if you have given it your best shot and your
claim is denied, you will know when and how to get help with appealing your denial. You might even save a
lot of money on attorney contingency fees in the process when you read Step 9 very carefully.
"This little disability resource offers peace of mind…"
Getting Social Security Disability: Your 9 Step Individual Action
Plan will guide you
· Become familiar and comfortable with the disability
process so you are not intimidated by it.
· Complete your application with a focus on function.
Determining your functional limitations is what the examiner and medical consultants will be focusing
· Get a quicker decision by knowing when to follow-up on
the status of your claim.
· Get an accurate decision by knowing how to present your
documents, and prompting other third parties to the claim to do the same.
· You will soon know how to read the clues
found in your approval or denial letter so you know how to best proceed. This Plan spills the beans on
what your chances for success really are if you decide to pursue an appeal.
…and much much MORE!
Who benefits from the
information in this 9 Step Action Plan?
Claimants who have already applied for
SSDI or SSI benefits. You will be able to update your application with additional information if you left
anything out that you think needs to be included as a result of reading this Guide;
Disabled persons who are thinking about
applying for disability benefits. You will know what to do going into the process, what to expect, and how to
proceed coming out of the process;
Disability Advocates, Claimant Representatives,
Disability Paralegals, and Disability Attorneys who want to familiarize themselves with the internal
Disability Determination Services process so they can better assist their clients;
Friends and relatives of persons who are
applying for disability benefits;
Anyone who assists persons with
disabilities or wants to know more about the vocational and medical aspect of getting Social Security
disability benefits; and
Anyone who wants the most accurate Social
Security Disability or SSI decision in the least amount of time!
"Almost 80% of favorable decisions on claims for
Social Security disability benefits are made at the initial and reconsideration levels by state (and
some federal) disability examiners. Administrative law judges at the next higher level account for only
20% of favorable claim decisions. (Social Security Advisory Board, Feb. 2012). So as an attorney
grounded in disability law I consider guides written by former disability examiners (DEs) to be
uniquely valuable. One such guide is Getting Social Security Disability by former DE Loretta Crosby,
who shows readers how interact effectively with disability examiners at the initial and reconsideration
"In particular, I like the timeline Ms. Crosby lays out for encouraging and assisting a DE's
complete development of a disability claim till it is ready for decision. She describes what an
applicant can usefully do 30, 45, and 60 days after filing the claim, and suggests diplomatic ways
to ask things of disability examiners....I value her insights.
"Ms.Crosby's book is a useful part of my library
and I think it is well worth reading by people planning to apply for disability
is invaluable ...
In addition to all
of the above, the 9 Step Guide:
Gives you five proven stress busters
to use while you await a decision on your claim
Helps you become aware of when your claim will be assessed for a mental impairment, even if you do
not allege a mental disability
Shows you how to list
medications the right way on your initial application
Lets you determine the
best time to report any new medical information to your examiner so that it does not slow down
processing of your claim
Gives you a list of
several medical conditions that will automatically qualify you for expedited benefits or a quick
claim approval, and
You will know what it
really means when you are asked to attend a Consultative Exam (CE)
How much will this 9 Step Guide Cost?
Getting Social Security
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with disabilities for most of her professional career--understands that while $18.00 is a great
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